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Old 09-06-2012, 07:26 AM   #1
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low point drain

We recently purchased a 2008 Fleetwood Tioga Ranger 31W on a Ford chasis. Unable to locate the low point drains, looked under MH but could not find them. Anyone know where to look? Thank you.

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Old 09-06-2012, 07:31 AM   #2
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Look in the cabinets, under the bathroom sink, kitchen sink they would stick them in the water box also. I know you looked but sometimes the pipes are black from the undercoating and hard to see they will be on the outer edge of the unit and they might not have put them in

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I live in the south (Louisiana) and was wondering how most of you handle the winter freezes. Since we normally do not experience many deep freezes, I was thinking about just opening my low point drains when temps get around 30F. Is that sufficient from keeping the lines from breaking?
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Old 09-08-2012, 08:30 PM   #4
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I used olive n Maine and the temps in my area went down to -19F at times. I We used o blow out the lines, dump a few gallons of non toxic antifreeze and then run the antifreeze through the entire wet system using the pump. We never had a pipe or fitting freeze. We moved o central Virginia last year and did the same thing. We traded p this year and the dealership said we over did it or Virginia.
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