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Old 04-04-2023, 06:57 PM   #1
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Breeze 32BR tank sensors falling loose

I have just purchased a 2015 Tiffin Breeze 32BR from a dealer with all tanks emptied before delivery. However, upon de-winterizing and sanitizing, I noticed multiple tanks suddenly reading Full or nearly Full with little water added. Upon removal of the panel in the basement door housing the black & grey tanks, I discovered the 3 sensors sitting at the bottom of the tank side, stacking themselves.
Inspecting the sensor faces, they didn’t appear to have any adhesive on them to hold in place on the tank. I cleaned the sensors and side of the tanks with alcohol and, temporarily, attempted to use Gorilla Tape to hold the sensors in place for testing. However, the tape doesn’t want to stick to the tank sides. Does anyone know how these were originally secured to the tanks, expecting glues would alter the sensitivity?
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Old 04-04-2023, 07:09 PM   #2
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I went through the same thing. Mine were held in place by double stick tape patches. They were coming off the tanks so I cleaned everything off and put the sensors directly against the tank and held in place with duct tape. I would have thought Gorilla tape would have worked fine. You’ll just have to try various adhesives until you find one that sticks to the tank.
My sensors work really well now without the double stick tape between the sensor and the tank.
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Old 04-04-2023, 08:58 PM   #3
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When mine fell off I called Tiffin and was told to use Super Glue and stick them back on. They have stayed on for over two years now.
You have the opportunity to place them on the tanks where you want them now. I never liked how Tiffin had them placed; one at the very bottom, one at the very top and one about two thirds up. I moved the bottom sensor up some and the top one down some to make the readings more meaningful to me.
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Old 04-05-2023, 06:15 AM   #4
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If you have the RecPro sensors, they recommend this tape.

Not sure about the superglue thing but maybe good.
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Thanks all, this will be very helpful!
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The above information tracks what has been posted prior. We used 3M double backed sticky tape and that has worked.

The problem is .... the tanks are not installed in a location that allows them to fully drain when dumped. So with only three sensors, the level readings do not provide sufficient data to manage the tank level effectively.

We had the See-level system installed. Gives % full instead of the OE fractional measurement. The % measurement provides a much better status for tank management.

However, the See-level system is not a trivial investment and regular dumping deals with the issue.

There is also the tactic of raising the passenger side to drain more from the tanks. It does not work for us, but is reported to help.

My take is that the Breeze air suspension does not have enough travel. By using ramps I have been successful at draining more liquid from the tanks, but that is not a viable on the road tactic.

Too bad dump stations do not have a higher grade on the passenger side to help with a dump.
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