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Old 10-16-2016, 08:55 AM   #15
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Did you look at valving on backside of water heater tank (located inside rv )?????

Bet you have some valving associated with hot/cold on water heater
I think Old-Biscuit is correct. On our Fleetwood Prowler TT, the bypass valves were only accessible from the inside of the coach after removing the drawers on one of the nightstands!
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I have the same low point drains...one set at the front and one set at the rear. My old trailer only had one set.
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