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Old 03-15-2015, 10:19 AM   #1
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ID:	234213 can someone tell me want the two smaller holes are on this freshwater tank? I'm assuming the bottom one is where I pull the freshwater from connected to a waterpump? And the gray one is where I fill the water. And I'm assuming the top one is a vent but I'm not sure. Also are these the only 3 ports on this tank? I can't see the rest with out chopping the floor up.

Any help would be great . Trying to set up fresh water.


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Old 03-15-2015, 05:34 PM   #2
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Top small one is usually vent. Gray one is the fill hose to the inlet. Vent also goes there on some fill doors with a screened vent fitting. Bottom of tank goes to pump. It's fairly standard.


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Should be a drain valve somewhere accessible from under the tank outside.


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Thanks for the guidance. I just wanted to make sure. I didn't notice a drain plug but I'll look harder.


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Does anyone know what this powers? It's right next to the antenna.Click image for larger version

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My 77 Excella 500 came with a motorized tv antenna. The switch for it was located on the curbside wall just below the light switch for the outside scare light. Perhaps that's 12v power going up there??
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Thank you! That makes a lot of sense it does run to that side of the trailer where 12v is hooked up. I think this was spliced into the 12v outlets? I think


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