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Old 12-14-2010, 03:27 PM   #11
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I wouldn't like the look I would get, and the statement of "and you bought an automatic switchover for what reason".

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Old 12-14-2010, 03:33 PM   #12
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I do have a manual, and they do show the 2 low lines, but it does not explicitly say what they are for. It also does not show a separate fresh water tank drain.
I am not familiar with the Sabre, but I would think it would have to have a separate drain for the fresh water tank. See if you can sorta follow the corrugated line at the fresh water fill inlet, and see if you can determine where the tank is from that. The fresh water drain should come directly out of the bottom of the tank. On my Surveyor, it is a line coming out of the enclosed bottom with a cap on it.


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Old 12-15-2010, 12:50 PM   #13
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yep, I will only do that once. I now have the auto switch thing figured out. leave both valves open, when you pull a tank, manually switch it over to the other. it had gotten cold enough to freeze the water filter but I was able to get it off before cutting the heat on. no other freeze problems that I can tell right now.

the blue line beside the red line under the camper without a doubt drained my freshwater tank. I had checked in at 1/3 before opening those two lines and after wards it was empty. That is why I was asking if the red was for the pipe/plumbing and the blue was for the freshwater.

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