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Unread 10-12-2019, 02:27 PM   #1
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Low Point Drains in 24RKS?

I hate to ask this question again but I am nearly 95% complete with adding antifreeze into my cold and hot water lines. I do know where there low drain point is for the bathroom sink..right under there. Visually looking at the water lines, I have pink solution in all of them except right before the three way valve going in to the pump. The line runs down into the floor and I cannot see a drain for this. There is fresh water in this small section.
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Sounds like that clear water is coming in from the freshwater tank line?

Did you drain your freshwater tank and run the pump a bit with no water coming in to clear it?
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I believe you are right. I looks like it is coming up from the fresh water water tank. I did completely drain that tank and I still have a bit of water in that line. Strange how it is still in that given I drained and ran the pump. Maybe I will break the line and blow air into it with my compressor.

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