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Old 12-12-2018, 08:55 PM   #1
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See-level Installation 2001 DS 4095

I have searched this forum and there is either no information on anyone installing a See-Level unit or I have used the wrong search criteria.

I am thinking of adding a system to our coach and was pleased with the results in our Winnebago and was looking at which unit to buy and installation tips for our Duchess.
Any and all help greatly appreciated.
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Dennis-

Here is a link to a Google search of iRV2 posts with the term "See-Level" in them.

You'll see the Google search syntax looks like this:

"See-Level" site:irv2.com

The results would be the same if you put "See-Level" in the "powered by Google" search box at the top of each iRV2 page.
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I changed over from the original 1/3-2/3 system to the SeeLevel system. Very easy as the original system has about 20 wires routed to the tanks and the SeeLevel system only uses 3. Just pick the three you want to use and connect each end. I also added another monitor in the wet bay. Just a matter of running the wires over the fresh water tank to the sensors and installing another panel. Get a hold of Gene HERE. He has done hundreds of installs on Newmars. Great guy to buy the system from also.
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I have searched this forum and there is either no information on anyone installing a See-Level unit or I have used the wrong search criteria.

I am thinking of adding a system to our coach and was pleased with the results in our Winnebago and was looking at which unit to buy and installation tips for our Duchess.
Any and all help greatly appreciated.
I installed the SeaLevel II system on my 04' DSDP. It was a piece of cake. This unit also has propane level and I did have to replace the sender on the propane tank...It was not working anyway. I reused the old wiring and they are working great! Be sure to follow the instructions and clean the surface you're applying the sensors to with Isopropyl alcohol really well. Very happy with it.
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Old 12-13-2018, 10:09 AM   #5
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Dennis-

Here is a link to a Google search of iRV2 posts with the term "See-Level" in them.

You'll see the Google search syntax looks like this:

"See-Level" site:irv2.com

The results would be the same if you put "See-Level" in the "powered by Google" search box at the top of each iRV2 page.
Thanks for the reply. I should have been clearer; I was looking for an installation on a Dutch Star. I will follow your links though so again, thank you.
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Old 12-13-2018, 10:23 AM   #6
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I changed over from the original 1/3-2/3 system to the SeeLevel system. Very easy as the original system has about 20 wires routed to the tanks and the SeeLevel system only uses 3. Just pick the three you want to use and connect each end. I also added another monitor in the wet bay. Just a matter of running the wires over the fresh water tank to the sensors and installing another panel. Get a hold of Gene HERE. He has done hundreds of installs on Newmars. Great guy to buy the system from also.
Tghank you for your response. I have sent them an e-mail attempting to make contact.
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Thanks for the reply. I should have been clearer; I was looking for an installation on a Dutch Star. I will follow your links though so again, thank you.
Here are the results for a Google search of iRV2 posts with the terms "See-Level" and "Dutch Star" in them:

https://www.google.com/search?&q=%22...ite%3Airv2.com

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"See-Level" "Dutch Star" site:irv2.com

If you wanted to search on the Newmar Owners Forum, which will include models other than the Dutch Star:

"See-Level" f103 site:irv2.com
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