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Old 06-12-2013, 12:10 PM   #1
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Question Denali 289RK 2012 questions

The manual is next to worthless. I finally found the waterpump, filter, and water heater bypass valves after much searching. for those who don't know. the water pump and filter are located in the bathroom under the sink. you open the door and have to remove a panel with 4 screws to get to it. The water heater bypass valves are located under the stove in the storage space. You open the door and inside you have to remove a panel to get to the valves. Now for my question. There is a panel in the lower left hand side of the entertainment center when you open the door. when I removed that panel there is access to several wires and water lines. There is a red water line hanging down with a threaded connecyion on the end of it. The threaded end is not hooked to anything. What is this line for? I dont know what it is hooked to on the other end. All of my water system is working both city and tank. No leaks. Also where Is the converter located?

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The converter is normally a part of the fuse block.

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Old 06-12-2013, 05:30 PM   #3
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My converter and 12v fuse box on my Denali 262rk is located in the kitchen area cabinet between the kitchen and bathroom wall.

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Old 06-12-2013, 08:04 PM   #4
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Either your converter is below the fuses/breakers if it's built in. Like this.

If it's not, it's stand alone somewhere. Either near the fuses/breakers, or not at all.

That hose might be a winterizing hose to allow the pump to suck antifreeze?
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