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Old 08-27-2015, 04:16 PM   #1
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2401w Non-Wiring Diagrams

Thanks for the wiring diagrams for the 2401w. Can someone tell me or can we get a diagram(s) for the 2401w that shows where everything is located like the water pump, waste tanks, drains for the different tanks and etc.?
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Old 08-28-2015, 01:20 PM   #2
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There have been some things engineering is not willing or we are not able to release. This happens to be one of those things.
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Old 08-28-2015, 01:50 PM   #3
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Okay, so can you tell me 1. where is the water pump located and 2. how to drain the fresh water tank. Thanks
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2. how to drain the fresh water tank.
On our "W" the fresh water drain is located near the rear of the coach. Look on the bottom and you should see a white twist in plug about 6 inches in diameter. Remove it and the drain is fairly easy to reach. It took about 45 minutes for the full tank to drain after our PDI. My wife said I left a water trail for miles...
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Found the white threaded cap, removed it, the chrome colored value was in line with the hose coming out of the tank. I turned it so it was perpendicular to the hose. I also pulled out a short white hose line and took off the black cap. Also did this yesterday and it emptied out maybe a glass full both times. I even turned on the pump and nothing came out. Shut the pump off and open a sink value and still nothing. It is 10 pm and still nothing. I am going to look and see how far the hose that had the black end cap on it goes up into the cavity. Any other suggestions? Thanks
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That should have done it... Why do you think you still have water in the tank? Another way to confirm it is empty is to open the fill cap and put a blow out adapter on it. Then use a low pressure compressor to pressurize the system, if you feel the air coming out the tank drain you're empty!
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Found the white threaded cap, removed it, the chrome colored value was in line with the hose coming out of the tank. I turned it so it was perpendicular to the hose.
You closed the valve. Valve is closed with handle perpendicular, open with handle in line. So I'm guessing your tank is empty.
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