Originally Posted by Mit12
I am thinking about removing the panel and inspecting my level sensors, I like your idea of moving the sprayer to the side next to the sensors. I wonder if I could install another sprayer on the sensor side so that I could spray both sides at the same side?
Did that for a time using quick disconnects to select between the two. I have my outside shower spray head adapted so it can connect to the in tank sprayer thus using hot water for the job.
After a time I just removed the far one (original), enlarged the hole and installed a clear deck plate. The hole is very large and provides easy access for a real cleanout when the pressure washer is at hand.
I have not added a clean out to the gray tank but have been giving that some thought recently. We full time so soap could be built up etc.
I just helped a friend with his 2000 Diplomat. His in tank sprayer is in a great place but not perfect. It was mostly plugged and they get often so removing it and enlarging the holes a bit really helps. I then added a few holes at an angle so they would definitely spray the sensor areas.
While there and checking the sensor screws the ground one was found quite loose.
In any case, is non functioning sensors which he wanted to replace are now working perfectly do to one of those maintenance items.
My water bay has had several major overhauls. The hose reel did not allow the hose to come down straight through the access hole. I had to unreel it mostly by hand and play with it to get it out properly.
Turning the hose reel around the hose now falls from the stop down and straight out. Changing the switch allows the reel to be powered in and out.
The panel has been recovered since these were taken. The vinyl just did not want to stick using spray adhesive. I could have used liquid contact adhesive but did not really like the look of the vinyl. The panel is covered in a carbon fiber looking peel and stick material
The wet bay may not be as pretty as it was from factory but it sure is more functional than ever...