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Old 05-28-2015, 01:46 PM   #11
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You could use your pump and pump it out until you figure it out.


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Old 05-28-2015, 01:56 PM   #12
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Okay we are gaining on it we did find the 2 hoses like the pic but it only drained 1/3 of the tank so there must still be another one someplace on it.
If your tank drained at all you have found the holding tank drain. As Iggy said the vent tube screen may be clogged. There are only 2 drain hoses. 1 for the tank and 1 for the low point drain. You will not have a low point drain for both hot and cold water, just the 1 drain. When winterizing the hot and cold plumbing are tied together (the winterizing valves at the water heater) and therefore only 1 low point drain is needed. This is the way the 378 is set up and I suspect yours is the same.
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Old 05-28-2015, 02:42 PM   #13
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Thanks to all for the help we just got off the phone with Forest River and they think it is actually the sensor and are going to set something up to have it replaced.
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Old 05-28-2015, 04:37 PM   #14
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Terrigeo, I have a new 364TS and my low point drain is on the passenger side at the back behind the last bay. There are 4 lines with plugs. I removed the plugs and installed 4 pex valves to easily drain the fresh water and all the lines. There doesn't seem to be any valve/ plug just for the fresh water. I asked MHSRV and that is what they told me. There will be a label on the outside of the coach indicating "LOW POINT DRAIN". I really had to look for it, but, my tech at MHSRV pointed it out to me. If you have any other questions let me know.
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Thanks to all for the help we just got off the phone with Forest River and they think it is actually the sensor and are going to set something up to have it replaced.
So this is a Paul Harvey rest of the story thing. You could have mentioned that it was your indicator showing only 1/3 tank drained and that is what you were basing your not draining on. To me sounded as though you knew there was still water in the tank and it wont drain. Yes, the indicators are not as accurate as they should be and residual moisture in the tanks may delay the actual readings till drying out. There are a lot of issues with the kind of sensors installed in FR holding tanks. Yours may not have any issues yet. Good day.
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Terrigeo, I have a new 364TS and my low point drain is on the passenger side at the back behind the last bay. There are 4 lines with plugs. I removed the plugs and installed 4 pex valves to easily drain the fresh water and all the lines. There doesn't seem to be any valve/ plug just for the fresh water. I asked MHSRV and that is what they told me. There will be a label on the outside of the coach indicating "LOW POINT DRAIN". I really had to look for it, but, my tech at MHSRV pointed it out to me. If you have any other questions let me know.
You have a fresh water holding tank drain somewhere. If you don't you have an issue.
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Bubbles, I will check again, but I have been all over under the unit, and I'm sure I would have seen it. Thanks for the information. Maybe there is something missing here.
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Old 05-28-2015, 05:02 PM   #18
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I don't have a 364 and don't know why you have 4 drain lines but one of them has to be your holding tank drain. If the 364 has the rear head then maybe one of them is also for a separate rear head water holding tank drain. I think your drains are 1 for forward holding tank-1 for aft holding tank-1 for forward low point drain and 1 for aft low point drain. You probably have 2 water heaters and also 2 water pumps. I may be completely wrong here of course.
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I have the exact model you do (2015 364TS). There are five hoses behind the right rear tire. Three are in a cluster together. Eighteen inches further back are two more which are red and blue (hot and cold water drain). The front group, closest to the tire contain the vent line and two blue hoses. One of these is the low point drain. Open them one at a time until you get water in your face - a steady stream. That's it...dah! Here's one added tip: put a quarter turn valve on the end of the line. This should avoid the "water in your face" experience I have enjoyed many times. In the future, you can chase all the hoses and find the water pump in the horizontal compartment just above the drains. Hidden away in there is a loose hose. Stick this hose into a container of winterizing fluid and it will allow you to draw fluid right into the water system. Just turn the in-line T-valve handle a quarter turn. That changes the pump's source from the water tank to the winterizing fluid line. Happy camping!
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Old 05-29-2015, 06:33 AM   #20
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One water heater, 1 pump, 1 fresh water tank, 2 black and gray.
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