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kts

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  1. I've been a long time lurker @TintentTerry - Ah yep good pointer on that diagram as that is what i wanted to do with having having the solenoid only live only when the first switch was on rather than have it live all the time like in my original diagram. I notice you added a negative feed from the Solenoid around to the warning lamps - would this be necessary? It just that the Solenoid is in a different direction as to where the other wiring would be and i was thinking it would have been easier for me to just have one cable run on it's own to the solenoid. I have revised
  2. Hi, I have seen a few posts around about people putting a solenoid valve in place of the manual changeover valve to make it easier to fill the onboard tank. I thought i would try and improve on this slightly by add a low water indicator and a high water indicator - However, i just wanted to check my wiring makes sense and none of the other posts covered off any wiring that was similar and if it is correct may well help others that are thinking about this. The only time i would want to use the solenoid and the level indicators is when i decide to use the internal tank (F
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