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Old 04-02-2014, 01:18 PM   #1
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Question 2014 319DS Low Point Drains

I made the noobbiest of mistakes . I was trying to figure out the low point drain positions which are located under the shower and after turning a few times, I cannot remember the configuration for being in a regular summer position (much less winterizing position). Does anyone have a picture or can tell me what position the three valves should be in. I haven't found any documentation that explains which one is which.

As a bonus answer, can someone tell me what positions they should be in for winterizing and also to drain the fresh water tank. I moved them in every position possible, but the fresh water tank still did not drain.

Thanks in advance for any help.

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Old 04-03-2014, 06:19 PM   #2
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Ok, figured this one out. Nowhere can I find anything about the water system layout. I called the dealer and they told me the obvious, turn them inline for open and perpendicular to close. Well, not so true. Yes they turn, but they also have to be pulled up to open. The reason for the turning is that there is a little nipple on the post that keeps it locked so with some playing, I turned slow while pulling up. The 2 blue drains, the valve had to be turned inline before lifting and the red one was actually perpendicular in order to lift it. The red one is the main drain for the water tank and I believe the blue lines are for air so it can drain better. Not sure on that one, but lifting all three drained the tank.

Thought I would share the info in case anyone else encountered this. By the way, the drain valves are under the shower compartment.
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