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Old 12-20-2015, 01:53 PM   #15
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Normally low point drains are different than what I saw in the photos and I've never experienced shut offs on them. Generally they are just capped off. You'd put the covers back on once the unit has been completely drained.
I have seen them like that, I have quarter turn valves that are in my Wet bay and straight pipes (no caps) past that, Just spitter valves (Little flexible rubber things) I've seen them where you pull on a ring inside the RV.. Some of those were capped as well. others were not. I would not say "MOST" applys to any thing about the low point drains save that MOST Rv'es have 'em.. Yup I had one that did not.
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Solved! So it was indeed low point drains. They're just a tiny section of pipe with a pull ring...not at all what I expected a drain valve to look like. I feel pretty dumb for not noticing them sooner. Anyhow appreciate all the quick advice!
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