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    Steve, It's the drink that does it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Obanboy666 View Post
    Thought I would fill the tank today and all appears ok and so it must have been a sensor problem. If it happens again I will remove the sensor and clean / replace it.
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    Limescale on the sensor messes mine up, I've put in a alloy plate with in the bottom of the tank bonded to chassis now, and this scales up first, easier to clean.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ******** View Post
    An alloy plate may collect the scale, but I prefer not to use water that has been contaminated by too much contact with aluminium.
    True, I'll change it to stainless steel.
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    My water gauge hasn't been showing a true reading for about a year now... it's a standard old needle gauge. Even when I fill the tank to overflowing, it still says I have little more than half a tank. The gauge seems to come to its senses when I'm down to about 30 litres, so it keeps pace again until I'm actually running out. Annoying but I'll live with it because the tank is really tough to get at and it might just be something daft like the little needle sticking behind the perspex!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minisorella View Post
    My water gauge hasn't been showing a true reading for about a year now... it's a standard old needle gauge. Even when I fill the tank to overflowing, it still says I have little more than half a tank. The gauge seems to come to its senses when I'm down to about 30 litres, so it keeps pace again until I'm actually running out. Annoying but I'll live with it because the tank is really tough to get at and it might just be something daft like the little needle sticking behind the perspex!
    I's most likely the sensor in the tank causing the problem, so if you cant get to it then you're snookered.
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    I think it is because they are crap and never work properly .
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    Quote Originally Posted by molly 2 View Post
    I think it is because they are crap and never work properly .
    The are temperamental, The one in my Autocruise never went wrong in the 4 years I had it. I live in a hard water area and this does affect the one in my swift a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yeoblade View Post
    True, I'll change it to stainless steel.
    And today I Water Problem. did whilst flushing out tank with Puriclean.
    This picture shows the Alli plate with the growth of scale building up, and in next post, my new stainless steel one I fitted.20190405_153730.jpg

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    Last edited by yeoblade; 05-04-2019 at 16:04.
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    Shiney one going in. 20190405_160253.jpg

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