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Old 4 Weeks Ago
ABBird ABBird is offline
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Default SeeLevel Tank Monitoring

Just an FYI, you can get a nice tank monitoring system: the SeeLevel II, model 709-HP3W, with 3-tank (grey, fresh, black) and LPG, Battery monitoring panel, AND water heater and pump switches, and the tank sensors for only $200 right now (and free shipping) from RVUpgrades.com.

I called the manufacturer, garnettindustries.com and they sent me to these guys (the would have taken the $270 they have listed as the cost, but sent me there instead).

The woman at Garnett was VERY helpful in deciding which sensors I needed. I highly suggest that you call them first before ordering the sensors, apparently you cannot combine different sensor to achieve the exact tank height (VERY nice folks, and as I said, they still sent me to the “cheapest” place to buy their product).

I think this is an amazingly cheap upgrade — I am constantly frustrated by the uncertainty about my tank levels.
Dave Lambert
Atlantic Beach, Florida
1991 SP 36 (2019 - present)
1989 SP 36 (2013 - 2019)
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Crit Bliss Crit Bliss is offline
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Location: Cape Cod
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I recently watched a video on YouTube about this product, seems like it will easily update all my tanks minus diesel
Crit Bliss
Cape Cod,ma
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Location: Augusta
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I have it on the 380 and it is generally very accurate. Recommend!
Chip Lamb
Augusta, Georgia
chip@collectorsco.com / 804-357-4926
2004 M380 101k/22xx hours
1987 FC35 TMU/42xx hours
Former: 90 SP36, 92 WB40, 85 FC35SB & others
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Lance & Linda Hall
2004 M380
Body #W000234
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Full Timing with 2 cats
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Keirn and Carolyn Keirn and Carolyn is offline
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Location: New Bern
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I've had it for almost 5 years now. It was installed before I bought the BMC 37 from Ed and Carolyn Nowokunski. It works great. My sensors are set up so that they only measure about the center 80% of the tanks. It reads empty at about 10% capacity left and and full at 90% of capacity. However my fresh water sensor has never worked at all. Replacement sensors are expensive so I open the cargo door and eyeball the level of the water in the translucent fresh water tank.

Keirn Rush, Carolyn Rush
and Mike the Wanderdog.
New Bern, North Carolina
95 BMC 37
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