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Old 11-20-2016, 10:19 AM   #1
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Where are the "low point drains" on the 2014 ACE 29.3? Also, the sink in the outside kitchen will not drain, even after disconnecting the plumbing to look for obstructions. ??? Thirdly, I attached an air hose to the city water connection and blew in air at 50 psi, after draining the coach fora full day; never saw any water come out the drains.
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Where are the "low point drains" on the 2014 ACE 29.3? Also, the sink in the outside kitchen will not drain, even after disconnecting the plumbing to look for obstructions. ??? Thirdly, I attached an air hose to the city water connection and blew in air at 50 psi, after draining the coach fora full day; never saw any water come out the drains.

Not sure where the low point drains are located. I don't have the outside kitchen option on mine. You might get faster and better answers if you post this on the 29.3 thread.

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When I winterize mine. I bypass the water heater and drain it. Then hook 30 psi air to city water connection, open all faucets and valves one at a time. Including outside shower, black tank washers, commode, inside shower. This pushes all the water to the black and gray tanks. Then I drain the holding tanks. You can drain the water storage tank through the anti freeze suction line inlet. Finally pump anti freeze through lines and run sinks (2), showers(2), and commode to fill traps and run a little into holding tanks. I use about 2 gallons or less.
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Where are the "low point drains" on the 2014 ACE 29.3? Also, the sink in the outside kitchen will not drain, even after disconnecting the plumbing to look for obstructions. ??? Thirdly, I attached an air hose to the city water connection and blew in air at 50 psi, after draining the coach fora full day; never saw any water come out the drains.
There is a tilt out drawer near or below the sink. Open it and there are two releases that will allow it to completely tilt out of your way. There are two rings on water hoses that you pull to drain it. Or our can simply put rv antifreeze in the sink and drain it which will fill the drain lines. I did both. First I drained the hoses then I put antifreeze in the sink and pumped it out leaving some in the lines for protection.
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Where are the "low point drains" on the 2014 ACE 29.3? Also, the sink in the outside kitchen will not drain, even after disconnecting the plumbing to look for obstructions. ??? Thirdly, I attached an air hose to the city water connection and blew in air at 50 psi, after draining the coach fora full day; never saw any water come out the drains.
The main low point drain is located close to the water pump...there is a ring you pull up to drain the main water tank etc.
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I have a 2016 29.4 and my outside sink has a macerator - have to flip a switch which is located under the cabinet......but I also have the push/pull low point drains in that area that some one else mentioned.
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