Thread: Tank Sensors
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Old 03-09-2005, 08:52 AM   #11
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Like others have said. You can flush your black tank multiple times and get an empty reading. But it does not last. Their suggestion to just "know" when they are full is your best bet.

The only time I take notice of the sensor on the wall is to check my battery. The only time I bother with the "tank indicators" is when I'm bored and want to amuse myself.
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