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Old 04-02-2012, 08:38 AM   #1
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Drain line in back

Not sure if this is the right forum.
Replaced all the copper in my 1975 Overlander with pex.
In the back, there were two clear plastic tubes, looked like drain lines to me. One I figure was for the pressure regulator, the other I don't know. After searching on here a bit, could it be a drain from the ac? It was not attached to anything, it was just sitting there.
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One is most likely from the pop off valve which will open if the water pressure gets too high. I suspect the other would be connected to a valve to drain the water system when the trailer is winterized.

The drip line for the AC unit should be located on the street side of the trailer in front of the wheels.
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