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Old 06-30-2015, 06:03 PM   #1
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No readings from the sensors...

.....for black water, gray, fresh, and battery charge levels.

Anyone know where they get their power from?? All the "house" 12 volt fuses seem to be okay.

My coach is a 2010 Damon Astoria, and regrettably, Thor, who know makes the Astoria has no circuit diagrams from the "Damon" days.

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Check the Battery Control Center for fuse. If you have power at the monitor but the tanks still read empty when not the you have lost the ground for the sensors.

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The fuse for those sensors on my Bounder are shared with and labeled LP detector in the BCC ( battery control center ).

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