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Old 04-19-2019, 02:46 PM   #1
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Fresh water tank

We bought our first RV a Freelander 21RS and after returning from our first trip I would like to drain the fresh water tank. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks Click image for larger version

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Old 04-19-2019, 03:28 PM   #2
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We bought our first RV a Freelander 21RS and after returning from our first trip I would like to drain the fresh water tank. Any suggestions are welcome. Thanks Attachment 202205
I have the 26ds. I have a panel in the storage compartment on the driver's side rear. It's held on with a few screws. I just pulled the panel and the water lines were there.
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I have the 26ds. I have a panel in the storage compartment on the driver's side rear. It's held on with a few screws. I just pulled the panel and the water lines were there.


Thanks... Iíll take a look in the morning....rainy all day today. Will be at least a month until our next trip.
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First, welcome to the forum.

Second, there should be a label somewhere that will lead you.

Wish you well with your new unit.
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Thanks... Iíll take a look in the morning....rainy all day today. Will be at least a month until our next trip.


Thanks! I found the drain valves inside the drivers side rear compartment. Took 2 screws off a cover and there they were. Got it drained today....takes a while it got it done!
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Thanks! I found the drain valves inside the drivers side rear compartment. Took 2 screws off a cover and there they were. Got it drained today....takes a while it got it done!
Awesome, yea i usually leave it open while i get other things done.
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