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Old 03-23-2012, 04:43 PM   #1
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None of the sensors for the gray/black and battery are working.Every sensor showsempty/battery not charging. Also, we are unable to fill the fresh water tank. The water pours out soon after I start filling the tank. We have a Patriot Cruiser. It has a separate grey tank for the kitchen and for the bathroom and a black water tank. This is our second trip with the trailer and the first trip everything worked perfectly. Weather has been lows in the upper 20's and highs in the 40's.

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Old 03-23-2012, 05:04 PM   #2
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From the temperatures that you mentioned, I wonder if you don't have an ice plug in the filler pipe for your fresh water tank or more likely, thevent tube. If you triedto add water to the tank at thecolder temperatures that might beyour problem. If all worked the first time out then I don't think anything serious has happened in the meantime.

For your indication, check your 12V fuse panel for any blown fuses. It's possible that you have a blown fuse.

Unfortunately, with the sketchy information that you provided, it's kind of difficult to help you much more. Sorry.
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Sound like you left the low point and the fresh tank drain open also.

The temps SHOULDN'T be that cold to cause a problem. My other trailers have seen mid teeen with no heat and been fine.

Triple the blown fuse theory.
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Thanks for the input...

There is a possibility our fresh water tank is full, reason for not being able to put in more water. Checked all fuses and all are OK. Control/sensor panel still show's everything on empty.

Another Cruiser couple out here said they had the same problem last year with their rig. Something about the wiring was backwards.

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Another Cruiser couple out here said they had the same problem last year with their rig. Something about the wiring was backwards.
If it worked fine before it can't be "backwards" now. Something has changed but not the way it was wired. How did you chack the fuses? Look at them or check for voltage on both sides? Looking at a fuse is not a reliable way to determine if it is working.
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Problem solved. Had a loose ground wire.
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My black water tank always shows to be empty, always has since we bought it.
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Old 03-28-2012, 11:22 AM   #9
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Problem solved. Had a loose ground wire.


Glad you got it fixed and was that easy. Enjoy camping.
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