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Old 04-29-2021, 08:48 AM   #1
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A quick fix

Being the new owner of our 2004 Pace Arrow 38c I am still discovering the systems on this coach.
So, i went to drain the water system and as the dealer showed me there are 2 levers in what I call the water closet (not the British definition).
AND they drain right into the storage compartment where the power cord is stored. Not a good idea......
I do not know what what was there originally but here is the "fix" i came up with, using a length of 1/2" plastic hose and some plumbing parts.

Were I to do it over, I would flip the "T" 90 degrees and run the hose out the back of the compartment, to free up some space below. Maybe later........

Mike in Colorado
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Old 05-04-2021, 03:27 PM   #2
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Great catch and fix.
Another option is to make do with the current drain hole and just use some solid PVC and run the down pipe along the wall and fix it there and simply mod the two source collection process.


Them so called design engineers are all so highly specialized and on their own galaxies, they never see what the other one is doing at these bucket of bolts assemblers.
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