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Old 03-08-2013, 03:55 PM   #1
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where is fresh water drain

I have an older 1985 Itasca Class C and can't find the fresh water drain. No operator manual either. The fresh water gravity fill and city fill are located on the driver rear. Any help would be appreciated. All the info in the forum is about newer models.

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Old 03-08-2013, 04:48 PM   #2
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If your water tank is under a bed it could be there and near the water pump. My Allegro had the pump between the tank and the water pump. Easy access.

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If you can't see the tank under the unit with an obvious drain, look for a low point drain. It might drain the water tank also. If the tank is up above the frame and you have basemant storage it may be in a storage bin. Probably in the rear.
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Took me awhile to find the low point drain in my National. It was on Driver Side Rear, sitting inside a little recessed area in the last compartment. Have to reach in like Indiana Jones and grab the handle.
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In my Itasca 24' C (ten years newer though) the fresh water yanks (2 of them) are located under each bench of the dinette, the drain valves are towards the rear of the coach from the rear tank, there are tubes that go down into the drivers side rear wheel well to let the water drain away.

Almost always the pump is located right next to the tank(s) so if you turn on the pump and follow the sound you should find them easy.

Finally, if you go the Winnebago website they have PDF's of all he manuals there for free download.
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