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Old 09-05-2005, 06:02 PM   #43
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The other thing confusing about battery is this is the only measusrement that, at least on my unit, stacks up various colored LEDs to say my capacity is fully charged.
I'm not quite sure what you mean here. The LED's will stack up as the black and grey water tanks fill. They go down for the propane tanks, battery, and fresh water supply. So if the battery, fresh water and propane tanks are "full" the LEDs will stack up to the full mark. The other items start out at empty. Are you saying that the panel does not measure these other items?

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Old 09-05-2005, 06:54 PM   #44
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BTW, everyone...sorry that the site hasn't been up in months...got real busy at work and haven't had time to get the box rebuilt. I'll try to have it up later this month.
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Old 09-05-2005, 09:16 PM   #45
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Old 09-26-2005, 10:51 PM   #46
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Micropulse Calibration Instructions

Courtesy of Silvertwinkie I have loaded the PDF files regarding the systems monitor panel to my local WBCCI Unit's web site.

The links for calibration instructions are:

Placing the Monitor into calibration mode

The Micropulse Calibration Manual is

Calibration Manual


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Old 12-01-2005, 09:55 PM   #47
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The original links and the server are now up.......and just under a year....alright!

Eventually, I will modify the main page with pics of my trip to Jackson Center this past April (2005).
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What Links?

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do you mean the ones in the first post of this thread?

if so they work just like like my monitoring system......not.

i do see the instructions in jacks post but no place else.

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Tanks

I have been trying to figure this out also.My black tank says it is full every time after about 3 or 4 flushes.Every other tank responds perfectly though.Does anyone thing it might be the unit in the tank by chance or would the monitor be calculated wrong for that tank only?Thanks
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Devoman, mine has been doing exactly the same thing since the day I got it. After two unsuccessful attempts by the dealer to correct it by perhaps reciting some incantations over it and then replacing the sensor, (although I would suspect it simply needs proper calibration), I'm resigned to the fact that they either lack the desire, or the expertise to fix it. I recall reading a thread on this forum about the calibration issue. Since it's not that critical, it's being added to an ever growing punch list for a trip to Jackson Center sometime next spring.
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I think I am calling my dealer tomorrow to check if they can do it for me.I remember when I was there they said something about doing it for me but I did not have the time then.Now I do so I have plans to go there anyways for warranty work.If they can not do this I will give it a go and still try it again myself until it is done and I have figured it out.
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Old 12-11-2005, 11:09 PM   #52
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My water and grey water levels work pretty well. I have never been able to calibrate the black water level, and it always flashes full at me. It's easy enough to look down the hole and see where the level sits. A little gross, but easy.
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Old 12-12-2005, 08:01 AM   #53
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You are right about that.I have to look down it also to see where it is at.After doing this for a while now I want to have it recalibrated if possible.One time I opened it up to check it out and phewweeiiii.The aroma when right into nostrills.That was what did it for me.I dont want to look down there any more and have to worry about such things.
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Air...yes, the links on the first page once again work. I just tested them here from work. They are also on Jack's links too. The instructions are somewhere on the links.

As for the calibration, I did come close when I recalibrated it myself. I did it 2x and it took fresh, black and grey to be filled, so that took a LOT of water to do 2x. When I took it to Jackson Center, it was dead on. Hopefully it will remain that way.
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I think I am going to do this today if possible.My tank is empty in the black tank.Would I be able to calibrate it just by filling it up a little bit and letting it read that and then fill it to the top and calibrate that or do I have to fill it to the top fisrt then drain and then fill just a little.I just want to double check on this.Thanks
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I haven't done this but when you go through calibration, the instructions note you must do all the tanks. So you will have to fill fresh water, black and grey tanks. Something that I definitely wouldn't want to do this time of the year or in my driveway at home where I have no blackwater disposal facilities.

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