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Old 04-08-2014, 11:10 PM   #1
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Question fresh water tank question

Hello all,

New to the Minnie Winnie, old owner didn't explain all the features of this rig....So I sanitized the fresh water tank just cause I didn't know when it was done last and for the life of me I am unable to locate the drain valve crawled around under the area where the tank is and nothing there, looked under the bed there are two "ports" in the wood above plastic lines with four pull pin type ... valves? (I think they are the feed lines to the kitchen/bath maybe) but nothing that looks like drain valves, pulled them and nada.....it's a 87 minnie 26rt. any insights on whatI should be looking for or where?

Thanks for any and all help
Paul
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Follow the "pipe', from the tank, under the bed, and you will find a "tee", a valve, a 90 degree fitting going thru the floor. Thats the drain. Open that valve. Look under the rig, at that spot, and there should be a hole. A pipe should have been visible, but it may have fallen off if it was not glued. Water should be draining. Make sure the "hole" is not blocked.
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