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Old 06-21-2019, 10:17 AM   #1
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Fresh Water Drain

Hi Folks,

I just picked up a 1998 National Tradewinds motorhome. I have been looking for the drain valve to completely drain the fresh water tank, but canít find it. I have been told it is not the pull handle that is notched in the compartment bulkhead and that it is underneath the rig somewhere. I need to find it so I can do a bleach flush on the fresh water tank. Does anyone know where this drain valve is located.


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On the Passenger side in the first storage compartment on the left side of the back wall there is a small panel held in place with velcro The valves are behind this panel and are piped to dump on the ground.

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thanks to everyone who gave input in where to find the fresh water drain. I found it. Easy peasy.

Now I have another question. Iíll post a new question in a new thread.
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