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Posted: 01/15/23 09:24am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It was working fine till I was testing the generator. Now it is indicating full bars on everything. It may have popped a transistor.

Thanks for all the help!


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Posted: 01/15/23 09:50am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Looks like the one on my range hood in my MH. Don't know make or model.
Is there any numbers on the circuit board?
Are you getting any 12-volts DC to the board?
What about on the white label?


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Just a date on that label. I haven't done any testing on the assembly, but since the lights are lit, I would think the 12v is there.

40y ago I was a navy electronics tech (ET1), so maybe I can find a bad component and replace it. (WOW, that was a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away.)

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Posted: 01/15/23 11:32am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

For information the bottom wire on the TANK for the sensor is common. The wires going up fare for levels. since all are lit, should indicates tank is full or the sensors are dirty, which is a common problem.
A test would be is to disconnect bottom wire and see what indicators do. If they all go out, dirty sensors.
Electronics tech in last sensor? Sounds almost familiar be a retired engineer from farther back!

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Turn some lights on and check your battery.

Low voltage can cause electronic to go bonkers. Check the voltage with the generator running as well.

If your battery voltage is ok after testing, disconnect it for a couple of minutes and reconnect.

Sometimes electronics get confused with voltage going up and down as would occur with the generator coming online.


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enblethen wrote:

For information the bottom wire on the TANK for the sensor is common. The wires going up fare for levels. since all are lit, should indicates tank is full or the sensors are dirty, which is a common problem.
A test would be is to disconnect bottom wire and see what indicators do. If they all go out, dirty sensors.
Electronics tech in last sensor? Sounds almost familiar be a retired engineer from farther back!


It's been a long time but I changed ours to Sea-Level, which work very well, no false readings.

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