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Old 10-13-2015, 02:51 PM   #1
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Low Point Drain Location

I have a 2011 Salem Hemisphere 262FL which I purchased used this spring. I am winterizing it and cannot locate the low point drains anywhere. Can anybody help with information about the location of them?
I have looked everywhere underneath but cannot find them, fellow campers have told me all trailers should have them, I cannot locate manuals or anything else to indicate where they may be.
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Old 01-27-2016, 05:14 PM   #2
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I have a 2011 Salem Hemisphere 262FL which I purchased used this spring. I am winterizing it and cannot locate the low point drains anywhere. Can anybody help with information about the location of them?
I have looked everywhere underneath but cannot find them, fellow campers have told me all trailers should have them, I cannot locate manuals or anything else to indicate where they may be.
I can't find mine either. I have an '07 Rockwood ultra lite, 23 foot. And the drains are underneath on the street side behind the wheels, but I find no faucet handles or caps on the red or blue hoses.
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I can't find mine either. I have an '07 Rockwood ultra lite, 23 foot. And the drains are underneath on the street side behind the wheels, but I find no faucet handles or caps on the red or blue hoses.
My '07 Rockwood Roo has drain valves inside, under the sofa.
One on the blue line and one on the red line.
Simply pull up on the T-handles and both will drain.
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My '07 Rockwood Roo has drain valves inside, under the sofa.
One on the blue line and one on the red line.
Simply pull up on the T-handles and both will drain.
I guess I'd better look again. Ours has a slide out that moves the couch but that really shouldn't make a difference. I keep forgetting RVs are like giant puzzles. Thanks Bill b.
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I guess I'd better look again. Ours has a slide out that moves the couch but that really shouldn't make a difference. I keep forgetting RVs are like giant puzzles. Thanks Bill b.
Our sofa is in the slideout also.
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I took another look!

[QUOTE=bikendan;1088153]Our sofa is in the slideout also.[/QUOTE

Hi,. I crawled around under and inside the various cubby holes, cabinets and drawers. I even took pictures, I'll try to post some of those. I found the low point drains. Both are sticking out of the "belly" on the street side, one red one blue, right behind the rear axle. But can not find valves to open and allow drainage. I noticed some extra valves around the water heater. Besides the ones that are used to bypass the water heater. So I Think they may be the ones.
Thanks, bill b.
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