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Old 08-10-2019, 10:23 AM   #1
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2019 FourWinds 22B freshwater drain

New to this forum sorry in advance if Iím posting in the wrong place.

Iím trying to find the freshwater low point drain for my 22b. Can anyone point me to pics or diagrams on the web?

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Welcome to the forum!!

I can't point you to the plumbing layout, but they are available thru Thor at the owner's portal once you have registered. The diagram will give you a general idea, but may not show the specific location. Without seeing your coach, my advise is to look at the bottom of the coach and look for a blue and red piece of Pex tubing extending down thru the fabric covering the bottom. These will be the drains and the valves will be inside the coach directly above them. You may have to remove a drawer or false panel to get to the valves.

I hope this helps.
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Thanks. Found the false panel. So shortsighted to design a coach where a necessary valve required the removal of 4 screws and a panel
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Old 08-18-2019, 05:09 AM   #4
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I have a 2018 Thor 22E my drain is a small spigot low on the wall outside the water tank, below the fill opening, Not sure if yours is the same.
If you look underneath where the water tank is you might be able to follow the clear hose to the valve
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