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Old 05-31-2016, 12:30 PM   #1
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We have purchased a new Champagne 2017 and I cannot find the fresh H2O tank drain. Can you tell me where I can drain the tank? The drain I found just drains the washer dryer prep lines

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What brand is the Champagne?
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It is the upper end of the Cedar Creek line!
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We have purchased a new Champagne 2017 and I cannot find the fresh H2O tank drain. Can you tell me where I can drain the tank? The drain I found just drains the washer dryer prep lines



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On my Cedar Creek 34RL the drain for the fresh water tank is behind the driver side wheels ahead of the rear low point drain. My water tank drain line is tie wrap to the rear spring hanger, I would look in this area.
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The fresh drain on our Cedar Creek is back behind the left rear wheel, check there you never know. Low point drains are under the storage area on the awning side.
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I was looking for the valve on the lines that go to the instant water heater. They were the lines the dealer told me were the drain and overflow for the tank.

After looking more I didn find them just infront of the tire.

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How about some pictures of the new Cedar Creek


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Old 05-31-2016, 10:30 PM   #8
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Here are a few pictures of it when it was less than a week old.
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I was looking for the valve on the lines that go to the instant water heater. They were the lines the dealer told me were the drain and overflow for the tank.

After looking more I didn find them just infront of the tire.

Thanks for the help
Theres a valve located thru the small steel cover on the on-demand heater. Taks 2 screws out, I believe its a blue 1/4 turn valve. That will drain the water out of the heater plate. In there is also where you can adjust the hot water temp, I maxed mine out to 130.
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Here are a few pictures of it when it was less than a week old.

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