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Old 10-11-2018, 09:54 AM   #1
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Low point drain valve

Where is the low point drain valve located in a 2018 Sunseeker 2350LE?
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:00 AM   #2
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Mine in in a compartment behind a panel just behind the passenger rear tires. Do you see anything hanging down under the vehicle That looks like a tube, hose? I have 2, one with a cap, low point drain and another that is open. FW tank drain is where filter and pump is on mine.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:09 AM   #3
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Mine in in a compartment behind a panel just behind the passenger rear tires. Do you see anything hanging down under the vehicle That looks like a tube, hose? I have 2, one with a cap, low point drain and another that is open. FW tank drain is where filter and pump is on mine.
Yes, blue and red hoses hanging near the back wheels.
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Mine in in a compartment behind a panel just behind the passenger rear tires. Do you see anything hanging down under the vehicle That looks like a tube, hose? I have 2, one with a cap, low point drain and another that is open. FW tank drain is where filter and pump is on mine.
you have 2 low point drains both with valves. one blue,(cold) and one red (hot). Your FW drains (2) one will have a valve (drain) and one won't (vent/overflow).
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Yes, blue and red hoses hanging near the back wheels.
those are your low point drains.
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those are your low point drains.
OK, but WHERE is the lever to open the low point valve?
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you have 2 low point drains both with valves. one blue,(cold) and one red (hot). Your FW drains (2) one will have a valve (drain) and one won't (vent/overflow).
Oops, I replied in a wrong area (new at this).

Great, but WHERE is the valve to open the low flow?
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Oops, I replied in a wrong area (new at this).

Great, but WHERE is the valve to open the low flow?
It's called "low point drain" that's because it is the lowest point in the water piping system to drain the system for winterizing. If there is no valves visible, (you need 2) Look somewhere inside (compartment/cabinet) directly above the hose.
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Old 10-11-2018, 11:23 AM   #9
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Oops, I replied in a wrong area (new at this).

Great, but WHERE is the valve to open the low flow?
Fresh water is 'drain' (singular - usually) and
Low points are 'drains' (plural - red is hot; blue is cold - as stated above).


Have you looked where A32Deuce stated in post #2?
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It's called "low point drain" that's because it is the lowest point in the water piping system to drain the system for winterizing. If there is no valves visible, (you need 2) Look somewhere inside (compartment/cabinet) directly above the hose.
OK, will do. Thanks!
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