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Old 08-02-2015, 06:58 PM   #1
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Where is the Clean Water Drain Valve in 06 Georgetown 340TS

I cannot find this thing, and just bought the RV, please help
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Old 08-02-2015, 07:05 PM   #2
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On my 335 it's just behind the rear tires on passenger side. Had to lay on my back to find the first time.


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Old 08-02-2015, 07:09 PM   #3
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Low Point Drain

So its not one of these 2 clear hoses next to the Propane Tank names Low Point Drains?
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So its not one of these 2 clear hoses next to the Propane Tank names Low Point Drains?
Low point drains are generally for winterizing. One is for the cold lines and one for hot. I haven't seen clear ones, though... usually blue and red.
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Low point drains are generally for winterizing. One is for the cold lines and one for hot. I haven't seen clear ones, though... usually blue and red.

I have two drains on my 335. One is low point. One is for FW tank. Both are white. I don't have a separate drain for hot and cold.


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So its not one of these 2 clear hoses next to the Propane Tank names Low Point Drains?
The low point drain is where you drain the fresh water tank and the HW heater. SO, yes, that is it.
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I have two drains on my 335. One is low point. One is for FW tank. Both are white. I don't have a separate drain for hot and cold.


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Sorry... apparently out of the range of my experience. Carry on.
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The low point drain is where you drain the fresh water tank and the HW heater. SO, yes, that is it.

On my coach, the low point drain drains water from the pipes, not including the FW tank and HW heater. The only way to drain my HW heater is by removing the anode rod. The only way to drain my FW tank is by a second drain adjacent to the low point drain. That is typical of all 6 of the RV's I've owned.


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On my coach, the low point drain drains water from the pipes, not including the FW tank and HW heater. The only way to drain my HW heater is by removing the anode rod. The only way to drain my FW tank is by a second drain adjacent to the low point drain. That is typical of all 6 of the RV's I've owned.


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That is correct, I misspoke concerning the HW heater. But to the OP's question the low point drain does drain the "Clean Water Tank"
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Low Point vs Fresh water drains

On my 370 model. There are two clear/white lines that run down next to the propane tank. Yes one is a low point drain (Lowest outlet in the freshwater system) the other is the drain for your fresh potable tank located just above the propane tank. Also not for winterizing there is a line located behind the screw off cover just above propane tank that if you look behind it. this line is a pickup for the pump to inject antifreeze into the system, before using it you have to turn the valve from drawing out of the tank to drawing out of the line for the anti freeze. As for the waterheater there is a seperate plug for draining the tank just besure you turn off the small electrical switch or you will burn out the heat element if you hook up while the tank is empty.
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