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Old 10-18-2007, 06:53 PM   #1
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Can anyone help me find the fresh water tank drain on the 26SO model of the Freedom Xpress Class C. Just purchased from Camping World and really like it, but don't know how to drain it. It also has a water works panel thats doesn't seem to be documented, a two valve system with two inputs (looks like a common one for filling/city and one for winterizing). Any help appreciated. Thxs
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Can anyone help me find the fresh water tank drain on the 26SO model of the Freedom Xpress Class C. Just purchased from Camping World and really like it, but don't know how to drain it. It also has a water works panel thats doesn't seem to be documented, a two valve system with two inputs (looks like a common one for filling/city and one for winterizing). Any help appreciated. Thxs
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Old 10-19-2007, 01:45 AM   #3
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thefultons, welcome to iRV2.com. We are glad to have you join us here and look forward to reading of your adventures and experiences. Sorry I cannot help you with this issue but did someone show you when you bought the coach where everything was and how to use it? If not they should have. Hopefully on of our members will be able to help; the more info you can provide the more likely helpp will arive. What year, make, floorplan, etc. GOod luck and enjoy the website and forum.
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On our 2600 So, the panel below the kitchen cabniet needs to be unscrewed and it will reveal the furnace ducting and your low point drains as well as your fresh tank drain valves. Since we used our fresh tank almost 90% of the time, we just velcro'd it in place.

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Welcome thefultons to irv2.
Congrats on your new MH.
tThe two inputs your talking about if they both have water hose fittings one is for city water and the other maybe for a flush system to clean out your holding tanks.
Many safe and happy miles with your MH.
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