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Old 06-03-2020, 03:19 PM   #1
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Freshwater drain

Just got our 2008 Allegro 32BA. I canít seem to find a drain for the freshwater tank. I would like to sanitize with bleach and I canít find anywhere to drain the tank. Iíve been under it multiple times.
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Freshwater drain

I finally found it. It was plainly visible in the wet bay. Small pex line all the way to the right. Sad I didnít see it.
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I finally found it. It was plainly visible in the wet bay. Small pex line all the way to the right. Sad I didnít see it.
If that is two pex lines, red and blue then those are the low point drains for the water lines. You should have a larger valve somewhere near the bottom of the fresh water tank extending out through the bottom of the wet bay.
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