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Old 12-10-2012, 04:25 PM   #1
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Help Please!

Hey where is the hot water heater drain plug??? Looked everywhere and can't find it.

Thank YOU!

Oh and it is on the 1993 Ford Coachmen...

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Old 12-10-2012, 04:28 PM   #2
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What brand tank is it?

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Old 12-10-2012, 04:37 PM   #3
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It's probably an Atwood heater, but that really doesn't matter. There is an outside access door. Just open it up, on the lower left side you should see a big plastic 6 sided nut, which is just a screw in plug. Just unscrew that until it comes out, water will drain.

If you want to drain faster, there is a brass pressure relief valve. It has a metal lever on it at 90 degress. Just lift it up to 180 degress. That will allow air into the top of the tank, draining it faster.
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Originally Posted by Fancy
Hey where is the hot water heater drain plug??? Looked everywhere and can't find it.

Thank YOU!

Oh and it is on the 1993 Ford Coachmen...
Did ya find it. All winterized and good to go? Haven't heard much out of you after the big adventure. Hope you are still happy. What did you decide about the MCD shades you were looking at? We love ours. Really been kind of wondering how it all turned out.

Merry Christmas to you and the family.
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