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Old 11-14-2019, 03:44 PM   #15
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Is there a Renegade Owners group, I didn't see one but kinda new to this
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I don't know if the Veracruz is like most of ours, but the valve is a "T" handled (white usually) valve. Similar to holding tank valves. You don't turn it, you pull it. It is located under the bed near the tanks.
We found the drain valve. It's located under the bed. It's a black handle and it's a quarter turn. It drains.... but it's VERY slow. It's just a dribble. I sent a video to the service tech at the dealer where we bought it. He said something isn't right. Also... the LOW POINT DRAIN VALVE doesn't drain either. The spigot has a white pin protruding from it. If I pull on the pin with a pair of pliers... it opens and drains. It's like a vacuum seal or something.
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