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Old 08-08-2011, 06:57 AM   #1
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ACE--manuals--potable water drain valve

I've been told no manuals available yet for ace. Haven't found it on internet either. Have any of you recieved a manual? Have you found your low water drain valve for potable water tank yet? I've crawled under coach and haven't identified anything yet resembling a cut-off drain valve.
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Foot in mouth. DW just called, found manual and printing now.
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Old 08-08-2011, 09:01 AM   #3
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Is that the new A.C.E. 29.1, 29.2 ?

Found this; RV Owners Manuals - RV Service Manuals - RV Repair Manuals
We're looking at the A.C.E. EVO29.2 or should say looking for .2.
Hope it helps.
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Where did you find the manual. I too have been looking for the drain among other things.
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Google.
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Old 08-09-2011, 05:56 AM   #6
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ACE-Manual

DW found manual ( not ) under WWW.THORmotorcoach.com then up top I clicked on the owners heading and one of the categories was manuals. clicked on that and THOR-ACE 2011 popped up, however, when you click on it Class C Hurricane, Serrano manual is what is shown. I called Barry Hughes (THOR's factory ACE specialist rep. 937-239-6886cell,,800-860-5658ofc) and he is looking into the availability of manual. If enough of us/you call him we may get some response. I would certainly prefer to have my manual to resolve my questions as opposed to having to call someone every time I have a question. Example-Barry informed me that the potable water tank cut-off is accessed from under the bed (say what?) I haven't looked yet although I did find the converter lower Right at foot of bed earlier by accident but I didn't lift the bed up to find anything else.
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The PDF I posted (and you thanked me) has several sheets - not just one. You can see the LPDs (low point drains) and all the by-pass valves, fresh tank and all others including heater and plumbing.
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Under the bed, lift mattress, access cover lifts off to the right. Look way down along side the water tank, there is an inline valve on a blue line.

At least that is where it is on mine....
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Old 09-21-2011, 06:08 PM   #9
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One would think that if you are making a new motorhome you would have time to print its own manual!
Could you imagine GM bringing out a new model of a car and just putting a yukon owners manual in it?

I am a RV newbie, and I knew that the ACE was an entry level class A, but seriously Thor... get a real manual!
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Old 10-09-2011, 09:35 AM   #10
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On the Thor ACE 29.1 the low water drain valve for potable water tank is on the right side of the water pump about 2-3 inchs after the pump discharge port and right after an elbow fitting. It has a little ( finger size ) ring on top that you pull up to M.T. that tank and all the lines for winterizing.
The winterizing port is on top of the pump itself.
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