Lloyd must be psychic, I checked the grey water and fresh water lights and they are now lighting up! It just seems odd that the battery and black water lights were on. I plan to pull the panel as Mark seemed to be indicating just to make sure the connection on these two buttons are not corroded or loose. I know the tank sensors can be finicky but I would think the panel is solid state, but suppose that too can fail.
Another issue I have been dealing with is the black tank flush valve under the bathroom sink. It was leaking last year so I replaced it. When I dumped today, it is still leaking in that area. I have been dumping at a CEFCO station that are kind enough to offer free camper dumping and I am now wondering if the water pressure may be too high as I never had this issue when dumping at the campground dump stations that do have very low water pressure? I plan to try using the tank flush at home and see if I still get the leak.
As we all know water is a terrible foe for campers. I have also had a toilet leak that only leaks sporadically. I ran it down on this trip with the use of the wife's pocket mirror and it appears to be the Thetford flush valve and at least this looks like an easy $25.00 fix.
I have had my 10 year old camper 3 years now and I am a DIYer, but sometimes it begins to wear on you. If one is into the camping scene, you better have some deep pockets or be a DIYer. No way I would have time for all the issues if I was not retired as of 3 years ago. Oh well, it is always good to stay active and learn new things, and I am definitely doing that!
2012 Crossroads Sunset Trail ST30