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Old 09-10-2011, 02:30 PM   #1
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Good afternoon, I am new to this site and very new to a travel trailer. My wife and I brought a trailer last week off a guy and everything thing look like it worked when he had it plugged in. The other day I hooked the water up and on the opposite side water started to run out, I looked at it and to my knowledge it seem like something should be in the whose where the water was running from. I spoke with the guy who sold it and he advised me that it's a draining valve or two that will stop the water from running out. Well the next day I looked for this valve and all I found was one behind the water heater so I turned it but it didn't fix the problem. Can anyone help me out of this problem or a better idea on where the valve is at? It is a 2003 prowler 31 ft long sorry if some of my words are misspelled on here.
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Old 09-10-2011, 04:12 PM   #2
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Look under the trailer for a couple plastic lines with caps on them: One will be your low point drain, the other will/should be the drain for your HW tank.
Maybe a cap missing?
That's where I'd check first.
The second place would be the HW tank itself; Missing anode rod, or even pressure relief valve open.
Hope that helps.
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You might want to consider taking you trailer to your local dealer and have a systems check done. They will check the lpg, electrical, water systems and appliances. They should do a lpg leak test to make sure it is safe. Also have them do a schooling with you so you will know how everything works. It may cost you a couple of hundred dollars but I believe it is a good investment. When you buy from a dealer this is all done for you but when buying from a private party you never know what you will get and they may not know anyting about the trailer.
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You might want to consider taking you trailer to your local dealer and have a systems check done. They will check the lpg, electrical, water systems and appliances. They should do a lpg leak test to make sure it is safe. Also have them do a schooling with you so you will know how everything works. It may cost you a couple of hundred dollars but I believe it is a good investment. When you buy from a dealer this is all done for you but when buying from a private party you never know what you will get and they may not know anyting about the trailer.

Ecellent advice!!!!!!!
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