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Old 10-09-2016, 08:05 PM   #1
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I have a 2010 lexington 255. At the back right corner underneith ther are two plastic 1/2 inch pipes hanging down with no caps on them. I assume they are the low points for the water supply but i can't find where the valve is to open them. Can anyone assist me.
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Old 10-09-2016, 08:19 PM   #2
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Is there a storage bay right above them?

If so look inside for a false panel, which may have 2-4 screws #2 robertson drive type.

If no storage bay go inside to that area where the tubes are look for a false panel there, or under something.
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There is a storage bay above them but I never thought of checking for screws. I have it in storage now, for the winter but will make a special trip to check it out. Thanks, I hope that is the answer.
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hi Ford, took your suggestion and looked for a false panel. Not just a false panel. It is the whole floor of the compartment, about a foot by 8 ft long held in by two screws. took them out lifted the floor and voila, two valves to let the water out.
thanks for getting me started.
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hi Ford, took your suggestion and looked for a false panel. Not just a false panel. It is the whole floor of the compartment, about a foot by 8 ft long held in by two screws. took them out lifted the floor and voila, two valves to let the water out.
thanks for getting me started.
I am kind of surprised its that long, are there any other gems hidden there as well?

I would like to thank you for posting where they are, it may help some one down the line with a like unit.
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Ford, maybe I over embellished. Compartment is the full width of the bedroom. Maybe it's only six feet long. I should have gave u more accurate info. Hate to have someone looking for a Lexington 255 with a one foot by 8ft storage compartment
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