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Old 10-26-2013, 06:32 PM   #1
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Unknown plumbing lines

I recently purchased a 2008 Coachmen Spirit of America. Besides my wiring question in another thread, I have another.

There are two plumbing lines. Both hot and cold that tee off on the outlet side of the pump. They are both pigtails with end caps on them. At first, I thought they might be for pulling antifreeze into the system for winterizing. But they are both on the outlet side of the pump. Any idea what they might be for ? I attached a couple of pics. They are the blue and red lines running side by side in the pics.

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Hard to tell anything. The pump only has one outlet, and it goes to the cold system. The cold system goes to faucets all over, toilet, and the cold inlet on the WH (in the left of the top pic). Then the WH has a hot outlet, and that hot system goes to all the faucets, but never back to the pump.
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Old 10-26-2013, 09:54 PM   #3
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My first guess was an outside shower that never got installed. My back-up guess is low point drains that have been pulled inside the camper. I'd look for a hole large enough to pass them through the floor.
My low point drains have those kind of plugs in them too.
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Old 10-27-2013, 06:32 PM   #4
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My first guess was an outside shower that never got installed. My back-up guess is low point drains that have been pulled inside the camper. I'd look for a hole large enough to pass them through the floor.
My low point drains have those kind of plugs in them too.
No hole in the floor for them. Like you said, they must be for something that never got installed. An outside shower or sink or something.
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Low point drains?
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