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Old 06-23-2011, 12:18 PM   #1
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Cool where is the water tank drain 88 windcruiser

New to the rving thing. Nobody round here seems to be able to tell me where the freshwater tank drain is for a 1988 windcruiser 32RQ. the water tank is on the passenger side just 3ft forward of the back wheels, and occupies the lower portion of the closet. I have looked under the side of the rv with a flashlight and all through the interior.
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Old 06-23-2011, 07:05 PM   #2
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I had an 89 Sunflyer. The water drain was a small pull ring valve in the waterline running from the tank to the pump. This line ran along the top of the floor inside a concealed area under the wardrobe. I had to lift the false floor of the wardrobe and reach down to get at the pull ring until I installed doors under the wardrobe. The water heater was also in this same area. Manufacturers do similar things in most of their models, so I would start looking around the water pump & water heater area.

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In my Georgie Boy I have 3 "T" pull valves on various parts of the water line they drain the water using the same line that fills it.
All of those valves are located in the same compartment where the fill line is for the fresh water and where the drains for the gray and black tanks are.
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I used to own an 88 Windcruiser. It seems to me that the water tank drain valve was located in a rear outside compartment and I used to have to reach a long way in to be able to reach the pull ring and raise it up. they didn't make it easy. There were times when I almost had to have my head inside the compartment in order to reach it. Good luck.
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