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Old 10-06-2016, 03:59 PM   #1
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m2100 fresh water tank drain

I just purchased a 2003 2100. I can't find any drains for the fresh water tank or fresh water system in general. I am hoping someone might know if there are any and where to look or does this older system require emptying the tank by using the pump.
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Old 10-06-2016, 05:38 PM   #2
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Being you have a 2003 which doesn't help much I can only give you some guesses.

1. I would look under your rig and try to find any hoses hanging down with or without any caps.
This is usually where the water tank drain is as well as low points for draining everything for winter storage.

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2. If you find the water lines try to figure out what compartment the are below and open that compartment and look for a valve.
Many times the compartment is not easily visible but usually is close to the filter and water fill on the outside.

That is the best I can tell you with little information.
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Old 10-06-2016, 05:42 PM   #3
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I also just found this video on YouTube but its for a new Sunseeker but may help you.
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Look in the compartment directly under your fill cap the compartment may have a removable rear panel on the back wall your valve and water filter should be there if not the tank may have a plug or hose with a plug. But all should be under or very close to your fill cap.
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