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Old 07-21-2016, 10:40 PM   #1
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Fresh water tank drain valve?

Can anyone tell me where I can find the valve to open the fresh water tank drain?

I can see the drain tube in the outside compartment that also has the propane switch. I can not see the valve to this drain.

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Old 07-21-2016, 11:09 PM   #2
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Fresh water tank drain valve?

Just a suggestion, it may not have a valve. It may just have a plug like a low point drain point. Both of my previous trailers did not have a valve until I installed one. I realize motor homes have compartments for these things but might be worth checking.


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Old 07-21-2016, 11:11 PM   #3
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Good point, I will take a closer look although I would probably have noticed a plug.

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It is a valve, but not a turning valve...its a pull valve.
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Ours is kind of nestled above the black valve and the 2nd gray tank valve. You have to stick your head in there and look up. Sometimes the handle is folded flat.
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It is a valve, but not a turning valve...its a pull valve.
OK, you put me on the right track.

It appears to me that my FW tank drain is in a different location than other models. It is closer to the front of the vehicle and the access is via the propane door.

I took another look and saw the pull valve on a blue hose. I thought the white hose was the drain hose. Maybe that is the overflow hose. Whatever , I now know where it is located and I appreciate the assistance.

The pull valve is located to the right of the white hose in the photo on the right.
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