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Old 11-12-2017, 09:14 PM   #1
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Low point drains

I have a 2017 mbs 2400w. I found 1 low point drain hose in the fresh water tank drain access panel in the center rear of the coach. My question, is this the only low point drain for hot and cold supply? Could not find a drain line for the outside hose either. What did I miss?
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Old 11-12-2017, 09:25 PM   #2
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I did a search for "low point drains" and found this. I don't know anything about your unit but the information/pics in this thread might help you.
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Old 11-13-2017, 01:58 PM   #3
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Take a look in the forum library Plumbing, Propane and Water Systems for my winterization project with pictures. Not same model as yours but might help. I also learned from BluStreek's post (link Mr Dan sent)

My outside hose didn't have a separate low point drain; figure it drained at the coldwater low point.
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I have a 2017 mbs 2400w. I found 1 low point drain hose in the fresh water tank drain access panel in the center rear of the coach. My question, is this the only low point drain for hot and cold supply? Could not find a drain line for the outside hose either. What did I miss?


We have the same unit, and there are two low point hoses with removable caps in that access space where the fresh water tank drain resides... take another look. I think they are for hot and cold water lines. As far as the outside sprayer goes, there is no drain point... you need to blow that one out if you are using air, or run anti-freeze through it when you are winterizing the other lines.

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Old 11-13-2017, 11:53 PM   #5
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Thanks, I kinda thought that would be the case. Must be pushed up inside. Thought I was done. Oh well... glad I asked.
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Take a look in the forum library Plumbing, Propane and Water Systems for my winterization project with pictures. Not same model as yours but might help. I also learned from BluStreek's post (link Mr Dan sent)

My outside hose didn't have a separate low point drain; figure it drained at the coldwater low point.


Where do I find these libraries?
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At the top of the forum page there is a lighter green bar that has "Portal - User CP - Library - Registry and etc. If you are using the smart phone app it may be somewhere else.
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