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Old 04-25-2019, 09:16 PM   #1
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Low Point Drains

When I winterized my Sunseeker 2370 TS diesel last fall, antifreeze came out of two drains beside the Truma drain. Anyone have any ideas what's going on. Are those the low point drains and how do I close them. Never noticed water coming out there when on tank water.
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Old 04-25-2019, 09:28 PM   #2
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Not familiar with your rig, but those could be "Low Point" drains. Some have caps and some have valves.
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Old 04-26-2019, 09:35 PM   #3
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Low point drains

If they are the low point drains I hope they have valves somewhere although I have yet to find them. Forest River sent me a bunch of diagrams and pictures but I can't make much out of them. The tubes are broken off, one flush with the floor and one not very long so if they had caps they are gone. Soon as the weather improves going down to check them out better. Another thought for buyers...our dealer is a six hour round trip. You can't pull anything with the RV so can't pull a toad up, drop it off and drive home. My warranty runs out in about a month so need to get it worked out soon. The antifreeze only comes out when I'm pumping it in. It hasn't leaked out over the winter.
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Old 04-27-2019, 12:24 AM   #4
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The tubes are broken off, one flush with the floor and one not very long so if they had caps they are gone. My warranty runs out in about a month so need to get it worked out soon. The antifreeze only comes out when I'm pumping it in. It hasn't leaked out over the winter.
The tubes being broken off would worry me. That doesn't sound normal. Valves are usually located right near the end of the low point drains.

Take a look under that rig and see if you can see a red and blue tubes that are the low point drains.

It could be some type of bypass system or overflow, but it's only a guess since I don't have your rig.

Try contacting Forest River and see if they'll authorize a mobile mechanic to come take a look.
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