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Old 06-23-2019, 08:12 AM   #1
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Water tank monitor systems

I have a 2000 American Eagle and would like to replace the grey black and fresh water tank monitors. I have tried many different ways to clean these but always start getting inaccurate information when I need it most.


Thinking about installing the Garnett Seelevel monitoring system. Has anyone installed this on a Eagle ? Would appreciate your feedback.
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My 2004 American Tradition came from the factory with the SeeLevel system. It works great. After about 8-9 years it began to get inaccurate at times and I learned that scum build-up on the tank walls can affect the readings. I filled the waste tanks with water and added a bottle of Roebic K37 septic treatment and let it sit for a couple days before flushing out. The SeeLevel performed perfectly once again. Had to repeat the tank clean process every couple of years after that, though.
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Gary, thanks for the response and glad to hear you have been pleased with the system.



I had hoped to hear from someone who has retro fitted their old system with this. I have some concerns about placement and would have liked to hear how they resolved. Once again thanks for the input
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Gary, thanks for the response and glad to hear you have been pleased with the system.



I had hoped to hear from someone who has retro fitted their old system with this. I have some concerns about placement and would have liked to hear how they resolved. Once again thanks for the input


I did it on our 2006 Expedition. Mounted monitor panel in bathroom above tp roll. 12 volt dc was within 15 inches. Routed wires down through exiting hole. Get the wires to the sensors fairly easy since the floor has about a 2 inch space. The LP gas sensor depends on the existing gauge. You may need to calibrate with a series resistor. I have just lived with it. 140 is full and 50 need to refill.
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I have the garnet, wouldn't want anything else.
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If you go with the bluetooth just mount the control board down in the bay with the tanks. No running wires anywhere except to the propane tank.
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