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Old 05-07-2013, 02:03 PM   #1
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just bought 2006 3100SS. Could someone tell me where the fresh water tank drain is located. The control board says galley tank is there one on this model and if so where is drain.
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Old 05-07-2013, 02:23 PM   #2
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just bought 2006 3100SS. Could someone tell me where the fresh water tank drain is located. The control board says galley tank is there one on this model and if so where is drain.
Normally it is directly underneath camper right where the city / fresh water fill station is.


If you look underneath there should be a drain or a petcock to drain it.
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On a 2006 it's most likely about a foot from the freshwater tank. Is your freshwater tank under the master bed? You're probably not going to find it underneath the camper.
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I should also add, if you have a rear slide, you may have to move some wires around to actually find the valve. Mine is pretty buried.
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the fresh water tank is under the master bed. do not have rear slide
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Does the bed lift up for access?

I had to make a board to hold my bed up because the valve is back by the outside wall. It's impossible to hold the bed up with one arm and reach the valve with the other.
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the bed does lift
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the bed does lift
I'm pretty sure on a 06 you will find it under there. Should be a blue hose coming off the bottom of your tank. Follow that to the white valve. It's a pain to get to. Moving the valve to the outside of the RV is on my to do list, just haven't got it done yet.
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We didn't start using the blue hoses until a couple of years ago. Will just be an opaque white pex hose or just a valve coming off the bottom of the fresh water tank which should be under the bed.
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