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Old 10-18-2016, 06:55 PM   #1
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Flesh water tank reads empty

Our 2016 35k Bounder flesh water tank level reads empty at the wall panel when the water level at the tank shows to be even at the lowest sensor. Has anyone with a 2016 35k Bounder experience this issue.
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I don't have a Bounder, but on ours and others we have owned, you need to be above the sensor for it to read. For example if even or slightly below the lowest sensor it will read empty, but put a few more inches of water in the tank and it will show 1/3 full, or whatever your increments are. Just try putting a little more water in the tank and see if it works, if not you could have a bad connection.
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Ditto Mike and Cha. You always have more water than the panel lights say. Must look at the tank itself to be sure.
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Old 10-20-2016, 10:37 AM   #4
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Thank you All for your replies, I sort of figure the same but wanted to see if anyone had anything different to add. There is still several gallons left after the water level reaches just below the bottom sensor.
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