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Old 06-28-2011, 06:58 AM   #1
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Air dump ping tanks Monaco Windsor

I was told that dumping air from the two ping tanks once a month was very important. Can any of you Monaco owner's out there explain to me where the values are located and how this procedure is to be done. Would anyone have a detailed schematic that can be sent to my email address please?

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Old 06-28-2011, 07:17 AM   #2
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Welcome to the site. Yes you need to dump the air until anywater/mist has all blown out of the line. This keeps water out of the air system. On my Diplomat the valve for the front tank is on the left side of the gen pull out, and the rear tank is on the rear by my hitch. Just open them up and let them blow. If you have a lot of water, you may want to change your air dryer. If that is the case, lots of how to on this site, just ask

Also, you need to drain any water from your fuel water/fuel seperator.

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Can you provide a photo or diagram for the rear tank relief valve? I found the air dump valve up on the front unit but not the rear. If the tank does not have a rear relief valve is it possible to relief the moisture by going to the outside connection and purging there?

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