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Old 06-22-2012, 01:57 PM   #1
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Tank level monitor suggestions for new black/gray tank

We finally got the new tank for our 69' from Ronco. Now I just need a level monitor. They have the sensors spun in on the tank. Suggestions?
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Old 06-22-2012, 03:01 PM   #2
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I retrofitted a trailer with a See Level system. It worked well and doesn't use the troublesome sensors. I would use it again.

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I retrofitted a trailer with a See Level system. It worked well and doesn't use the troublesome sensors. I would use it again.

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So it does not use the tank sensors that are installed? Only those sensor strips?
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yeah, that's the way the see-level works.

Did you have to specify to have the traditional tank sensor probes installed, or did they just show up that way?

what model tank is that?
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yeah, that's the way the see-level works.

Did you have to specify to have the traditional tank sensor probes installed, or did they just show up that way?

what model tank is that?
They said they could do them, so I just went with it, not knowing any other options.

The tank model is an 82H.
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wow. thats a big tank.
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