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Old 12-04-2016, 11:54 AM   #1
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Tips on draining fresh water tank and location of water heater bypass valves.
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Tips on draining fresh water tank and location of water heater bypass valves.
Not sure what type of tips you're looking for but your manual should give you all the info you need. If you don't have one, search online and download PDF.

Fresh water drain valve is usually is at the rear of the coach underneath and labeled something like "low point drain valve".

Heater bypass valve is usually in the wet bay.
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the heater bypass valve is under the bed, lift the foot of the bed up and the pipes are there (as well as some of the electrical stuff), 3 valves - cold and hot close, bypass 0pen.

The drain valves for the water tank are the low-point drains in the water bay, if I recall properly - pull the rings out to open the low-point drains.

I think that's correct, I only had mine for about a year and a half.
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