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Old 10-22-2008, 07:35 PM   #1
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front low point drains, 19' int'l

hello all,
i can find two drain valves under the dinnette seat. however it appears one is cold water and one is the water tank.
am i missing a hot water line low point valve up there?
i looked underneath and only saw two exit points.
thanks!
eric
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Old 10-22-2008, 07:47 PM   #2
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hello all,
i can find two drain valves under the dinnette seat. however it appears one is cold water and one is the water tank.
am i missing a hot water line low point valve up there?
i looked underneath and only saw two exit points.
thanks!
eric
Eric,
You may have already located the hot and cold low point drains if they point straight down. The drain valve on the potable water tank on our '06 is a plastic valve on the side of the potable water tank enclosure behind the curb / passenger side wheels.

I'll ask the question...Did you take a look at your owners manual???
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Old 10-22-2008, 07:47 PM   #3
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Assuming your 19' has the same layout as our 2002 19' Bambi, you have 3 low-point drains and a drain for the freshwater tank. You have found the tank drain and the low-point drain at the front of the trailer. At the back, under the bed, are the shutoff valves for the rear two low-point drains, one of which is for cold water and one for the hot water system. You should be able to see the two drains coming out of the bottom of the trailer if you look underneath on the curb side just back of the water heater. The water heater itself also has a drain plug you can unscrew. It is visible when you open the water-heater hatch on the outside of the trailer.
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try searching on google or mabye buy a book on your question from books a million or barnes and nobel
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