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Old 04-22-2015, 08:51 AM   #1
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Seelevel 700 series monitor from Garnet

I am new to the AS forums. My 99 Safari (which I have owned since new) fresh water qty. lights finally quit this season. Knowing all the problems with older monitoring systems & AS not having wiring prints for my year, I'm wondering if anyone has installed the Seelevel 700 series monitoring sys from Garnet on their trailer. I really like the simplicity of their system, but getting access to the tanks is my big Q to install the strips.
Thanks for any thoughts.
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Installed one in my '06 Bambi.... love it.

See http://www.airforums.com/forums/f444...-a-129739.html

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I am new to the AS forums. My 99 Safari (which I have owned since new) fresh water qty. lights finally quit this season. Knowing all the problems with older monitoring systems & AS not having wiring prints for my year, I'm wondering if anyone has installed the Seelevel 700 series monitoring sys from Garnet on their trailer. I really like the simplicity of their system, but getting access to the tanks is my big Q to install the strips.
Thanks for any thoughts.

I use this system. We installed it during the initial stages of our renovation, so it was easy to access the tanks from the ripped-up floorboards.

I highly recommend it as a replacement for the old system. In your case, might be easier to access the tanks for installation of the strips by removing a section of the belly aluminum, but only do that if you're willing to work with rivets to replace the belly paneling when you're done.
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Did you have to rewire or can you use existing wiring?
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