Faulty Fresh water sensor

pappajohn

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More to the point....has anyone not experienced it :roflmto:

Even if you do get it working it wont be accurate and WILL fail again.

When the taps run dry you need to refill.....most accurate method there is. :thumb:

Same applies to toilet cassette level gauges....open the flap, if you see floaters it needs emptying.....if you dont its usually safe to 'go'
 
Feb 16, 2013
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Hi all
I'm guessing it's the sensor as it's flashing empty when it's full! Anyone had similar experiences?
Cheers
Dai:Smile:

Mines the opposite , it says it's full till there's about a cupful left then goes straight to empty:Doh:

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Chris69

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Hi I have just sent a query to Sargent about a similar problem.
Mine flashes empty when a tap is running water and reverts to normal when tap is closed.
Don't know if it's control unit or sensor.
I am waiting for reply only sent message a couple of hours ago.

Chris
 

RS_rob

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Mines clever I can press the button & see a full tank & then press the button again & we need to refill as the tank is empty one more time & the tank might be full again :ROFLMAO:

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