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Old 10-20-2015, 11:05 AM   #1
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Safari gray tank monitor/sensor problem

The tanks are monitored with CMP panel

The gray tank showing 100% full even after empty

Module working wires all in tac

Only thing I have done differlanly is started using baking soda in the tank for the last month
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The tanks are monitored with CMP panel

The gray tank showing 100% full even after empty

Module working wires all in tac

Only thing I have done differlanly is started using baking soda in the tank for the last month
this typically caused by condensation or debris inside the tank. one fix is putting ice cubes in the tank then filling full and driving for a while. this will dislodge anything from the sides of the tank and should improve her gauge readout (getting the ice in the tank is the Big Problem, much easier in the black tank)

If you are in a cold area, you may only be able to get a reading when the outside temperature is the same or higher than inside the RV. that would keep the condensation down
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This method seems to work well.

https://sites.google.com/site/cbruni/

If not, these look like they will work, I haven't used them though.

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Thanks everyone

I just kept flushing fresh water thru tank

Works great now
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