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I doubt that a plumbing diagram will tell you where in the RV the piping is. They usually just show how the piping goes to each fixture with no relation to the structure they are attached to. I read them for 50 years off plans and then did the work as it was supposed to be according to code.
Ralph & Snickers
2006 3500 Chevy Dually - 8.1 - Allison
2006 30' New Horizon - Solar
In my 5er I can see where 90% is plumbed from the lower bins or opening cabinets. The only 4' section I cant acces runs in front of the entrance door, but I know that would be from below if I cut floor heavy plastic and insulation from below. I have great access bays on all sides, but my 2 grey water tanks and black are exposed below frame and not in bays. They are heated though so never freeze, I also heated all plumbing and drain pipes as I get -25 below temps in winter.
Irwin, you can go to the Dutchmen website- www.dutchmen-rv.com and get the phone # for the company. Also, at the bottom of the home page is a customer service link and it opens a web page where you can link to a parts manual listing- I don't know if it helps you or not. Hope so..