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Old 10-01-2016, 08:47 PM   #1
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Fresh water tank, and where is the drain?

These pictures will hopefully give you some idea of where I'm searching. The 1st pic will show that I'm talking second compartment over from the entry door. The widest door of all the compartments.

The next 2 pictures show the "tank" that is in this compartment. Some of the black plastic that covers it has been removed.

Is this my fresh water tank? If it is can anyone tell me where the drain is? Either a valve, tube with a cap on the end maybe. I have laid under that thing for a bit now with my high power tactical flashlight and I can't find anything.

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Old 10-01-2016, 10:41 PM   #2
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The drain is usually down below the compartments.
Here is what mine looks like but I don't have your model.
One line is air breather line from the top of the water tank
The other is low point drain for the whole rig for winterizing
And the last one is the tank drain.


I have also have heard about these lines in the Propane tank area. Have you checked there?
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Old 10-02-2016, 12:47 AM   #3
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looks like the tires are off the ground about an inch. lol...
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Old 10-02-2016, 09:44 AM   #4
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looks like the tires are off the ground about an inch. lol...
It was a picture long ago when it was at the dealer for PDI and before I became smarter.
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Drain

I have a 2008 350sets and the drain is in the Propane Compartment. One for the fresh tank and one for the lines.
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Thanks everyone.
I have found the 3 lines in the propane compartment, one with just a cap on it and one with a valve. The line with the valve doesn't drain a lot of water. I'm assuming the plumbing drain. The one with the cap ran for awhile, but the water level in that tank did not change.

There are no lines under that compartment.
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On my 2011 , the fresh water tank drain is in the same compartment as the tank. You remove the white threaded hand hole and reach in and there is a hose with a cap on it . It tees into the pump suction with a valve .Pull the hose out thru the hand hole, remove the cap, open the valve and the tank will drain.
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