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Old 06-27-2016, 12:52 AM   #1
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Inherited RV, thank you, interested in flushing and sanitizing fresh water tanks. Is there a plug location on the fresh water tanks I can pour the bleach water into or is this all done by putting measured amount of bleach in a hose, connecting it to the correct port, turning the fill tank lever and turning on the water?
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Inherited RV, thank you, interested in flushing and sanitizing fresh water tanks. Is there a plug location on the fresh water tanks I can pour the bleach water into or is this all done by putting measured amount of bleach in a hose, connecting it to the correct port, turning the fill tank lever and turning on the water?
It could be either way. I have to fill the hose with water on mine. You may also be able to use a winterizing setup and suck the bleach up into the tank.
That valve could be anywhere depending on your coach. Good luck.
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Old 06-27-2016, 11:42 AM   #3
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There is a winterizing hook-up for a hose in the fresh water compartment. Also, the low point water drain is located in the front compartment on the right front. The valve is behind a Velcro panel ,size about 4 X 6, upper left.
I put a question on this site about my 1999 Tradewinds I have a set of 8 switches and lights on the panel left of the driver seat. I have a Driving Lights Switch that stays lit with a bright light. If I toggle that switch the fog lights will come on. The fog light switch operates appropriately. Do you have that switch in your coach? Is the light on continuously?
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