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Old 06-29-2019, 01:34 PM   #21
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Yes. The fridge uses so little propane it will not purge itself in a few tries. You only have to use this procedure when the propane has been off for a long time, you change tanks or disconnect a tank.
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Old 07-06-2019, 10:03 PM   #22
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I need help with the water and drain issue too. I'm 66, female but that did not stop me from purchasing the Rockwood 1910. I can tow it and set it up myself. However, I put the water hose from the park into the correct connection and I get water to my sink but sink does not drain. Yes, the plug is out. When it does drain, where is that water going? This plumbing is confusing me. Please, I need step by step. Purchased it used so no dealer directions.
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I need help with the water and drain issue too. I'm 66, female but that did not stop me from purchasing the Rockwood 1910. I can tow it and set it up myself. However, I put the water hose from the park into the correct connection and I get water to my sink but sink does not drain. Yes, the plug is out. When it does drain, where is that water going? This plumbing is confusing me. Please, I need step by step. Purchased it used so no dealer directions.
Its usually right next to the water inlet. A bigger "cap" type screw off cover on it.

You can put one of these on it and add a hose to a catch container or grey water drain:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1


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By water inlet I mean the place you screw the water hose on to that supplies water to your sink/toilet/shower. Not the onboard water tank (assuming you have one)

I found this image from an older 1910:
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