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Old 08-05-2016, 10:02 AM   #11
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The Force drain for the fresh water tank is under the bed by the water heater. It was really inconvenient to use that everytime I had to drain the tank. I added a brass quarter turn valve at the end of the pipe where it comes out under the RV. Much easier to drain now.

My lowpoint drain valves are in the black/gray tank compartment.

I also added a stainless braided line with valve on our water heater, I drain it after every trip, no tools needed now.
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