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Old 04-23-2016, 04:50 PM   #1
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1998 33' Land Yacht Water Shut off valves

I know this is probably on here, but I can't find it. My manual shows a diagram, but it's not specific at all. I figured out the valves under the bathroom sink, but the 3 under the foot of the bed have me baffled. I'm sure there is a difference if using "hooked" up water vs. storage tank water. Any advice from seasoned individuals would be appreciated. Thanks.
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Old 04-30-2016, 11:08 AM   #2
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Is this a Motorhome?

Are these valves at the hot water tank?

A picture is worth a lot. Try to post a picture and you might get some feedback.

Most motorhomes do not require your input when using hooked up water, other than to turn the pump off.

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Yes, it's a Class A Motorhome. Here's a couple of pictures. I've got the valves located under the bathroom sink/water heater area figured out, it's just these 3 valves that are located under the foot of the bed that has me puzzled. Thank you.....
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Undertaker if you havent got it yet those are your drain valves.
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Thank you garypk.....I was wondering if that's what they were. And no, nobody else gave me an answer, so once again...Thank you very much !!
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