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Old 05-09-2018, 07:13 PM   #1
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Air tank purging

On my ‘06 Travel Supreme, I had 3 color coded lanyards to purge the air tanks. On my ‘09 Monaco, 3 petcocks in the generator compartment. Can’t seem to find much in my ‘15 Aspire manual on purging the tanks. Anyone have a suggestion on where/how to purge the air tanks?

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Old 05-09-2018, 07:18 PM   #2
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Air tank purging

The three purge are located in the front passenger wheel well. You meet to durn your front wheels hard to the right then the cord will be in the front inside of the wheel well.

I use the window awning rod to reach back and pull the three looped cords at the same time.
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Old 05-09-2018, 07:21 PM   #3
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They are the same as the TS, in the front P/S wheel well, probably coated with black undercoating. I cleaned mine off with lacquer thinner to expose the color of the lanyards.
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Just like my ‘06 Travel Supreme. Thanks for the info.

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John,

While purging your tanks try this test to check a few more items on your air system.

https://www.entegracoachforum.com/in...a=media;in=273
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If you do not have all 3 lanyards in the front passenger wheel well then the silver lanyard is located just above the passenger tag axle. That is where mine is located on my 2015 Aspire. I believe some 2015 models have all 3 lanyards located up in the front wheel well
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John,

While purging your tanks try this test to check a few more items on your air system.

https://www.entegracoachforum.com/in...a=media;in=273
I would like to read your above link but am unable to open it.
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I would like to read your above link but am unable to open it.
Try a different browser, it opened fine for me using Firefox.
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Thanks 757driver, I have two lanyards in the front and one lanyard in the tag axle area.
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The sequence of valves given doesn’t match what I learned at Middlebury...what’s the correct sequence by colored lanyard?
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The sequence of valves given doesn’t match what I learned at Middlebury...what’s the correct sequence by colored lanyard?
Red, green, clear. At least that's what I've been doing for several yrs.
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Clear first(wet tank) then green (rear air) then red(front air).
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Clear first(wet tank) then green (rear air) then red(front air).
Guess I was dyslexic.
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