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Old 06-08-2014, 10:23 AM   #1
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Draining Water ?

Newbie here, just purchased a 95 Honorbuilt and am having problems draining the water, there are 3 valves going through the floor to drain system but when I open valves it only trickles out ?? yes I opened faucets to reduce airlock.
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Old 06-08-2014, 10:38 AM   #2
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What are you draining?
The fresh water tank?
The plumbing lines?
The black Tank?
The grey tank?
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I'm trying to drain fresh water tank and lines
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For the fresh water tank the should be a petcock valve of sorts to drain it. For the plumbing lines there are low point valves that can be opened to drain them. those would be the three you mentioned in your post. Are you sure there is water in the system and the tank? That could be the reason it is trickling.
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My Whinny has a ball valve and several valves for the pipes. I have had issues with my vent hose it had a low spot and when I over filled the tank water got in the vent line and it wont let air pass unless the pressure in the tank is high enough to suck the air through.
It saounds like maybe mud dabbers built a nest in your drain outlets or there is another obstruction
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