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Old 05-08-2021, 05:53 PM   #1
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Vista water lines

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We just purchased a 2017 Winnebago Vista 29VE and today is our first time out in it. Iím pretty familiar with RVs. I used to be a service writer then salesman at a local dealer after I retired from the Air Force.
Today I noticed water coming from underneath the rear of the coach. I discovered two blue water lines that appear to be drain lines. After monkeying around I discovered one was for the fresh water tank drain. I have yet figured out what the other line is for and it is the one that had water running out of it. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Dave
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Old 05-08-2021, 06:06 PM   #2
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Low-point drain? If it is, the fresh tank will soon be empty if the pump will be running.
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Like Ray, I suspect it is a low point drain for your cold water line. Do they look similar to this?


If they do, look for something similar to this directly above on the floor as drain valves.
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Winnebago has your plumbing diagram on line.
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The main low point drains are in the water bay/tank valve control area on the passenger side in front of the rear wheel. The low point drains for the outdoor kitchen sink are just below the sink. These two blue lines are at the very rear of the coach near the frame. I know for sure one is the fresh water tank line. It’s the other line that has me puzzled.
I appreciate your replies and Cousin Ed I will look the diagram up. Thank you all
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Update

As Cousin Ed suggested I found the plumbing diagram for our coach. It the freshwater tank overflow. The diagram shows both lines just as they are at the rear of the coach. The one on the right is the drain line and the left which I was asking about must be an overflow since it is coming out of the top of the fresh water tank. See attachment and lines circled in blue
Thank you all again.
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