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Old 09-26-2013, 08:58 AM   #1
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low point drains

I was just wondering if anyone knows where my low point drains are located on my 2013 windjammer 3008w? I see what I think are drains below the hot water tank. They have a blue cap and a red cap on them. Are there any more I should know about? Thanks.

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Old 09-26-2013, 09:20 AM   #2
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Welcome. Hopefully someone with a 3008w chimes in. My trailer does not have an enclosed underbelly and I can also drain the hose that runs from the fresh water tank to my pump. That's it for me - the two under the WH and the one on that hose.
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Old 09-26-2013, 09:32 AM   #3
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The (2) you found for the F/W plus if you are winterizing there is the W/H,Tanks,O/S Shower,Black & Gray Rinse nozzels,all Traps,plus Toilet,F/W inlet check Valve,water pump pre filter,Pump,and Water Filter! Miss One and you will not be Happy in the Spring! Youroo!! PS,since you have a V-Nose check your Battery Box for (Water) trapped around the Battery,you may need to drill holes in the bottom of BOX,not the (Battery!
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Could you please translate all the abbreviations?
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Could you please translate all the abbreviations?
I'll take a stab at the abbreviations he used (since he's offline at the moment)...

W/H = water heater. Also written as WH. (Sometimes written as HWH for the redundant "hot water heater").
O/S = Outside
F/W - Fresh water maybe? Also written as FW.
PS = post script
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