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Just got my new Tank monitor for my 32xx-gctid804564

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  • Just got my new Tank monitor for my 32xx-gctid804564

    Purchased this off Amazon for $181 US. Now I will have the ability to monitor my new freshwater and waste tank with 1 unit. This is made for Poly tanks and the kit comes with the parts to monitor 3 tanks with no tank alteration. I can also have the ability to monitor my propane tank (depends on LPG tank setup). Can't wait to install this bad boy. It's even Coast Guard approved. Whatever that means. Haha

    Kai Nani, Redondo Beach, CA
    1989 MY 3288
    Hino 150hp with Hurth 630A Trannies

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    I have the accu-guage by the same company to monitor water, holding tank and 2 fuel tanks.

    They work like a charm
    "Adios Dinero"
    1997 3988 with new 330 Cummins
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    • #3

      I use this system to monitor my fresh water, gray water and black water tanks. Works very well. Make sure you reset the tanks. When tank is empty you mark that level as 0% and when tank is full you mark that level as 100%. Simple. The only issue I have is that the key sequence to get into the program mode is finicky, you may need to try it a few times to make it work. Also, I recommend labeling the tanks as you get to forget what is what. It displays the status of each tank by displaying the name given to it.

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