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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 21-04-2016, 22:04 Thread Starter
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Hi All
I'm back now catching up after a little over a week in northern France having our first "EU" shakedown trip. Had to return this week due to medical appointment.
Anyway, not had chance to look at the water sensors but I have have just skim read the horror story blog and will reveal it to my other half who was (with me) impressed with the two Baileys we hired in 2014. I'm not sure just how badly my unit is affected with these problems. I have some of them but will be looking at all of the other points carefully.

I've got some time now before our next trip so will spend that on careful examination and rectification.

PS. the cold floor problem, especially in cold/windy weather I traced to various sources. One is the gap under the sink cupboard now closed of with a piece of floor covering, the floor vent in the side wall of the bed base, the floor vent near the rearmost side wall of the nearside bench seat and, affecting the lounge area, the gaps in the ill-fitting floor covering joints behind and to the outside of the driver's and passenger's seat bases. For winter time these were all closed off with shaped, stiff foam or soft foam but most probably will be removed in warmer times to aid ventilation.
I would post photos but the MH is now in its storage a few miles away.
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Thanks very useful although the tanks fitted to a 2013 approach 740 SE are different .
they have an overflow pipe fitted.
the diagram for testing level sensors is very much appreciated

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