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Old 11-10-2009, 09:32 PM   #29
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Originally Posted by ronyrhythm View Post
My problem is with the gray tank. Shows 1/3 full even when empty. Can't use the ice idea so do you have any suggestions when it's your gray tank that's the problem?
add 1 or more capfuls of calgon liquid water softener when you dump the gray tank for a few cycles.

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Old 11-12-2009, 02:02 PM   #30
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You can try adding 1/2 cup of landry detergent into the gray water tank along with the other things you are using. This will eat the grease and coffee grounds, and food particles that accumlate on the sides of the tank, that cause electrical conduction between the probes. The only draw back to this, is it also removes the lube from the gray water dump valve. This will require removing it and lubing it, for reliable operation after the cleaning. The other option is to install a "in tank flushing system" on the gray tank.

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