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Old 07-29-2019, 08:43 AM   #1
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I was wondering if anyone knows how to drain the fresh water tank on a 1995 airstream landyacht 36ft mh
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Not sure if it's relevant but on my 1992 LY 36 footer the valves are under the bed. I have to remove the street side drawer to access the valves. There's three valves. You open all three and open all the facets to drain.
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Is yours a diesel? On mine there is a valve in the water compartment that drains your tank and water lines. If your goal is to get it totally empty, suggest opening the valve, use your pump and open sink faucets. If you have levels, raise the right-side so its tilted and let it sit that way for several hours.

The drain valve is in the front left side of the water compartment and has a tube exposed on bottom. This is the low point drain and also an entry point for bugs so make sure its sealed if not already.
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I was wondering if anyone knows how to drain the fresh water tank on a 1995 airstream landyacht 36ft mh
Do you have the owner's manual? If not, one can probably be located on the Airstream site, so please advise for further info.
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It's a gas mh, I have the manual book it was kind of vague , I have tried that valve before and heard water spraying out . Now I know to look for a hose underneath.
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Thank you all for the posts
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