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Old 04-24-2014, 08:56 PM   #1
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Replacement part for Fleetwood tank sensor

My Fleetwood tank sensor toggle switch has some sort of problem. When I push it, sometime it will show the levels in the tanks. Other times it does not light up at all.

I unplugged the toggle switch and put it back hoping that would fix the problem. Nope, did not.

If anyone has had a similar problem how did you fix without having to buy a complete whole new unit? Or is that the only fix, a new unit.

I called Fleetwood and was advised that they, Fleetwood service advisor, had contacted the manufacturer and individual parts are not available. Wouldn't 'ya know.

I can not provide the manufacturer of the sensor unit as it is not on the unit anywhere.

Thanks for all the help.

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Old 04-25-2014, 02:30 AM   #2
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Check with an electronic parts dealer with the info on the switch or just google search the manufacturer of the switch and any numbers on it.

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There should be two wires on the switch. Touch the wires together and see if the gauges work correctly. If they do its the switch if not the display. There a 're after market sensors as a kit for not too much money but a bit of install work. Sea level is one.

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