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Old 07-28-2018, 08:34 PM   #11
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On my Seneca, I pulled off the panel hiding the fresh water tank. I can now see exactly how much water I have and it gave the compartment some additional storage space. Not sure if yours is the same.
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Old 07-30-2018, 08:10 AM   #12
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On my 2018 29MV, I can see the water tank. It's all the way in the rear middle tucked up pretty high. You would have to lay on the ground to see it.

A flow-meter would be a better solution if you need to know how much water is going in. To know exactly what you have left (if that is critical for you), I would replace the sensors with something like See Levels (https://www.garnetinstruments.com/pr...-tank-monitor/).
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Old 07-30-2018, 09:05 AM   #13
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On my 2018 29MV, I can see the water tank. It's all the way in the rear middle tucked up pretty high. You would have to lay on the ground to see it.

A flow-meter would be a better solution if you need to know how much water is going in. To know exactly what you have left (if that is critical for you), I would replace the sensors with something like See Levels (https://www.garnetinstruments.com/pr...-tank-monitor/).
Thanks Camper_bob! I'll take a look next week and let you know what I see. Btw, do you happen to have any pictures of what you're describing?
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Thanks Camper_bob! I'll take a look next week and let you know what I see. Btw, do you happen to have any pictures of what you're describing?
Only in my head at this point, sorry.

I will eventually take some pics in the area though. I put shut-off valves on two of my 3 overflow/vent hoses to mitigate siphoning of fresh water. That was a stop-gap. I'm going to run them all into one and move a single valve outboard where I don't have to crawl under the unit to get to it.

I don't know how much volume they think is going in and out of that tank, but 3 vent hoses seems a bit overkill to me. And worse, they're all in the same spot!
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