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Old 10-28-2012, 05:38 PM   #1
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SP-260 Low Point drains

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I can't find the low point drains on my SP-260. Anyone know where they're located?

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Old 10-31-2012, 01:43 AM   #2
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Friends,

I can't find the low point drains on my SP-260. Anyone know where they're located?

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They are located on the driver, very rear bottom, side of the trailer. You can not miss them (red and blue pvc pipes). you should be able to access the low point drain for the fresh water on the passenger side between the wheels...about 12 inward.
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Old 10-31-2012, 12:32 PM   #3
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They are located on the driver, very rear bottom, side of the trailer. You can not miss them (red and blue pvc pipes). you should be able to access the low point drain for the fresh water on the passenger side between the wheels...about 12 inward.
OmoYoruba, looked again and the only thing I saw was a blob of black spray on type foam in the area you mentioned. Wondering if it's under that mess? If so, I'm curious why they would spray over those??? Got the fresh water drain w/no problem.

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I have a different TT than yours but that's kinda what they did to mine, almost completely encased them in the spray foam. I was just careful not to dislodge the whole clump of foam and then the caps appeared after a little probing around.
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I have a different TT than yours but that's kinda what they did to mine, almost completely encased them in the spray foam. I was just careful not to dislodge the whole clump of foam and then the caps appeared after a little probing around.
Thank you for your help ParkManCan - I am much more confident now to winterize my RV.
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