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I'm going through the same thing now. I called centroid and they gave me an e-mail address for Joel. He e-mailed a trouble shooting form and worked closely with me. It seems that I have an algae problem although I don't have any driveabilty issues. I pulled the sender and let it dry out for a day, rechecked voltages from the inside tube to the outside tube and it came back up to the specification which is 4.5 volts. I reinstalled the sender and it registered fine. After a day or so it read a little lower. I did install an algae killer put that can take a couple of tanks of fuel to really clean it out. I do believe that is the problem however I'm parked until January.