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Old 04-08-2013, 02:28 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by brbohica98 View Post
well it looked pretty simple, two lines were red and one white. the valve in the middle was shut.
I believe what wmtire is trying to point out is that the handle on the valve is oval in shape, the top water line should be open. Meaning the handle should be in-line with the water line. Same with the bottom valve. The third valve is the water heater bypass. You should notice that the top water line and the bottom line going to the water heater are joined at this valve. This valve should be shut during use and close for winterizing.

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Old 04-25-2013, 06:40 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by Boscowtx View Post
We had the same problem with our Apex 22qbs we bought in Feb, something they did not do during the PDI!

It must be something that Apex dealers swear to. I had the same experience, had to find it myself. I'm glad I have several coworkers and friends with more RV knowledge than I possess!! The forum has also helped!

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