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Old 08-21-2013, 10:17 PM   #1
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Low point drains

Does the Georgetown 346s have low point drains? if so, where are they located?
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Old 08-22-2013, 06:35 AM   #2
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Does the Georgetown 346s have low point drains? if so, where are they located?
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You might find them behind the rear tires on the passenger side. That's where mine are and from what I have before on this subject, that seems to be the norm
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On my coach they are located in the Propane compartment to the left of the tank. There are two lines next to each other. One with the cap is the drain for the fresh water tank while the one with a valve is the low point drain for the system. I'm not sure this will be the same on your 346 but it's a starting point.
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Old 08-22-2013, 08:53 PM   #4
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Thanks for the replies but still can not find them. I will call Forest River tomorrow.
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once you find them replace the caps with valves ,i just reach under my unit turn the handle and i am DONE no caps to lose and no tools needed
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Still can't find the drains....
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Still can't find the drains....
Haave you looked in the propane tank compartment?
I have heard that some are in and around the propane tank.
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once you find them replace the caps with valves ,i just reach under my unit turn the handle and i am DONE no caps to lose and no tools needed
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Super idea. I'm going to do that on my trailer.
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once you find them replace the caps with valves ,i just reach under my unit turn the handle and i am DONE no caps to lose and no tools needed
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Do you remember what size the cap is?
What type of plastic valve did you find and where?
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Do you remember what size the cap is?
What type of plastic valve did you find and where?
I'm guessing he's talking about a plastic ball valve. I got one at Lowe's to replace the drain cap on my fresh water tank. I just took the cap with me to make sure I got the right size.
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