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Old 01-10-2016, 01:54 PM   #1
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Blue & Red Water Lines Under RV

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I have a Forest River Rockwood Premier Ultra Lite 5r. Underneath the left front side of the rv are two water lines hanging out. One is red and one is blue. There is no labeling on them but I assume they are the hot and cold water low point drains. There is also nothing in the owner's manual telling me what they are. I am in the process of winterizing my rv with air and need to know should these lines be drained first. Any help for this novice would be appreciated. I'm not even sure if I need to winterize. The temps here in North West Florida are getting down to about 28 tonight for about 2 hours early in the morning. It won't be that cold Monday night. Am I overthinking this? I tried to post a pic of the lines but couldn't figure out how.
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Old 01-10-2016, 01:55 PM   #2
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Sorry the pic is upside down.

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Old 01-10-2016, 01:57 PM   #3
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Those are low point drains.

Open the faucets farthest away, remove the caps till the water stops running.

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Sorry the pic is upside down.
That's ok.

I just turned the laptop to match......
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Got my tablet configured for auto rotate so I can't get your pipes to point down, however those are your low point drains for hot & cold water. When you start doing mods it will help to put valves there instead of the caps you now have, just makes it easier to open/drain. But since you are in Florida I suppose antifreeze will not be an issue for you.
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