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Old 08-13-2016, 02:56 PM   #1
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New product on the market. Advertises that it will get bad sensors working. Has anyone given it a try?

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If you are of the belief that cleaning the black tank has any usefulness you might want to view this.



There is a link to the ice cube system also.

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I think I keep my tank clean as clean as possible. My issue is with the sensors. They have not worked properly in my trailer since I bought it. If this actually works as advertised it could save a lot of money over replacing the sensor system.
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I think I keep my tank clean as clean as possible. My issue is with the sensors. They have not worked properly in my trailer since I bought it. If this actually works as advertised it could save a lot of money over replacing the sensor system.


AwChief- I had a 2007 25 Safari LS SE that had the same kind of sensors as your 23. The sensors worked Ok for a while and tried recalibration. This helped for a while. However I found that the sensors were very sensitive to battery condition and would show a full fresh water tank when plugged into shore power then would drop to 3/4 when disconnected. Also I had a tank flush with my SE that you might not have had with the LS. But it was marginal at best. What I did for black water tank was to buy a Toilet Wand from Camping World it's a high pressure 4 jet device that you place down in the toilet throat in an empty tank with the valve open. It does an OK job. A little messy but OK. Not sure of the price but somewhere between 20-30 bucks
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