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Old 05-24-2011, 10:51 PM   #1
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Fresh water drain?

Silly question, but where is the fresh water drain? On my old WW there was a valve close by and similar to the black/gray valve. Not so on the XLR. There is a "low point drain" but it only drained for about 20 sec and stopped. The owners manual is a joke. Ideas?
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Old 05-25-2011, 09:40 AM   #2
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Well where is the water tank?

I will describe many drains

on two trailers I had the drain was directly under the tank, it was a pipe with a cap, no valve. You removed the cap and stand back.

On my motor home it's a valve inside the compartment with the water tank. Look for a tube, pipe or hose that extends down below the tank and go up from there.

There is also a plug I can pull out of the tank,, I added a valve there.

Normally the drain should be in the BOTTOM of the tank.. but some idiot thought 1" abvoe the bottom was a good place for mine,, As F. Flintstone woudl say "Rozzin, Frozxzing, Friggin, Fraggot"
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