Bypass to Water Heater
I will be heading out next week on my first multi-day camping excursion with my 2011 Rockwood Roo 233s. The water heater is bypassed now, because of the winterization process - the pros did it for me using antifreeze.
Of course, I plan to push all the antifreeze out of the pipes before I reverse the bypass.
But my question is this: when needed, how the heck do I reach those bypass valves? From the outside of the trailer, it seems like I would have to crawl into the storage door to reach them. I need to look again, but from inside the trailer, maybe the storage/cabinet doors under the sofa or the bed would allow me to reach the valves?