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Old 10-08-2012, 09:22 AM   #1
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Help identifying water line drains

I have four water line drains near the low water point drain line and what I believe is the fresh water tank overflow/air intake. Although I am confident I have correctly identified the low water point drain, the fresh water tank drain and the air intake/fresh water tank overflow, there are two lines that I have no idea what purpose they serve.

My rig is a 2013 Georgetown 351DS. I have attached a picture for reference. If anyone can determine the purpose of these two lines, I would appreciate it.

Also, I have yet to fill the fresh water tank. Am I correct in assuming that I can fill the tank until water is expelled from the overflow/air intake line?

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Old 10-08-2012, 09:44 AM   #3
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I have four water line drains near the low water point drain line and what I believe is the fresh water tank overflow/air intake. Although I am confident I have correctly identified the low water point drain, the fresh water tank drain and the air intake/fresh water tank overflow, there are two lines that I have no idea what purpose they serve.

My rig is a 2013 Georgetown 351DS. I have attached a picture for reference. If anyone can determine the purpose of these two lines, I would appreciate it.

Also, I have yet to fill the fresh water tank. Am I correct in assuming that I can fill the tank until water is expelled from the overflow/air intake line?

Thank you

Steve
Looks to me the two you have unidentified are the hot and cold low point drains. I cannot help with the one that you had tagged as the low point drain.
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You have the common low point drain with tag back with the vent, some reason must be a pipe elevation, they have separate hot and cold water drains to the right. Drain all for proper draining if you must winterize.
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