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Old 03-17-2011, 09:45 PM   #1
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Access to fresh water tank

99' NATIONAL TRADEWINDS - Mid Door

Can anyone tell me how to access the water tank....specifically how to
get to where the water line enters the tank?

Someone said through the in-floor heater vent. I don't have floor vents.

Someone said through a little panel in the right front basement. Nope!

It looks to me like I would have to cut a hole in the middle of the floor just behind the front seats. I doubt that, but that what it looks like at this point.

I'm lost!

Regards,

Jim
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Old 03-17-2011, 11:32 PM   #2
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Look in the right front bay again and see if there is a long black panel that might be removed. I'll look at mine in the morning to see if there is some way to access the fresh water tank.
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Look in the right front bay again and see if there is a long black panel that might be removed. I'll look at mine in the morning to see if there is some way to access the fresh water tank.
There is. I removed it, but couldn't find the tank. Wanted to get to where the water line enters the tank. The panel was about 30 inches long and maybe 8 inches tall. Not much room. A small person could climb up on the crossover and have a better look, I guess <smile>. I ain't a small person <smile>.

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