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Old 10-09-2015, 09:47 AM   #1
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Holding Tank Monitoring Systems

I ve been looking at this one HERE.

Anyone have any opinions on this unit, or any others as far as quality and ease of installation? I like the idea of having an alarm, especially for the black water.

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If the only difference between this aftermarket monitor and the stock unit that came with the MH is the alarm feature then it seems to me to be something that is not needed. I full time for about 6 months a year and I have never overfilled my waste tanks. Keep in mind that when the monitor indicates the tank is full you probably have about 10% of reserve capacity (6 or 7 gallons). Try filling your black tank until the monitor FULL light comes on. Then start pouring water into the toilet one gallon at a time until you see the level just below the toilet valve. I bet you'll be surprised how much of a safety margin is built into the system. You might want to see what is involved in installing the sensor in the tank. It may be a bigger project than you expect.

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I ve been looking at this one HERE.

Anyone have any opinions on this unit, or any others as far as quality and ease of installation? I like the idea of having an alarm, especially for the black water.

Thanks again,eh?

John and Karen
2012 Thor Challenger 36FD
2013 Fiat 500 Toad
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Old 10-09-2015, 05:29 PM   #3
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One of the most popular replacement systems is the SeeLevel II system by Garnet Technologies. You can search the iRV2 fora for "SeeLevel" and come up with several threads discussing the system.

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