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Old 09-01-2014, 09:27 AM   #11
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Let's blame it on Autocorrect... since it gets so much unearned blame!
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Old 09-01-2014, 09:31 AM   #12
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Also this Morn.a Mod posted a reply about Air bags that suddenly Disappeared? Maybe a (Full Moon)? Youroo!!
Indeed!?!?

I thought this was cleared up a while back.......
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Old 09-02-2014, 08:25 AM   #13
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Anyway. Thanks for the replies about the low point drains. Should these be drained every day? Where do they come from ?
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Anyway. Thanks for the replies about the low point drains. Should these be drained every day? Where do they come from ?
People get in trouble here by assuming any other trailer is exactly like our own since so many trailers/designs/implementations are covered here... BUT many trailers have two low point drains - one for draining all cold water lines and one for draining all hot water lines. The only time I want to drain all water lines is when I winterize and, in my climate, that's once per year.
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Anyway. Thanks for the replies about the low point drains. Should these be drained every day? Where do they come from ?
Only drain them when winterizing.

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Actually we have three points, hot cold, and fresh water. There is probably another on the OPs trailer; it is pretty important to find it before winterizing.

I opened mine up a few weeks ago because I was not able to schedule any camping time and want to lower the risk of any bacteria having too much fun, making the system stinky.
Drain the system for extended periods, but especially for winterizing.
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