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Old 11-15-2014, 03:27 PM   #21
BulletOwner1
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I don't have a drain "valve". But there is caps on the end of the lines. I just pull the caps and drain. Yours looks like the caps are missing.
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Old 11-15-2014, 06:32 PM   #22
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JRB, Howdy;

Could you post some pix of the water fill you have as well as where
they are located on you RV. I found a you tube vid. for your year and model
however it failed to get to that area of the exterior . From what I
could see from the interior, your kitchen and shower are on the Driver's side
of the TT. If the water fill is centrally located then I suggest you look for
the drain in that general area and within 2' of the outer edge of the Rv. It
may just be a small white piece of plastic, the open/close arn might be
tucked up into the chloroplast, mine was, took a bit of looking but I found it.
I'm confident that you will as well, just keep looking. Someone mentioned
somewhere on the forum that someone remove a few (3 or 4), bolts from
the edge of the chloroplast and have a looky-see with a flashlight.
Whatever it takes, have fun...

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Old 11-18-2014, 09:17 AM   #23
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winterized/I'm out

BulletOwner1 was correct: that was the FW [valveless] drain. After hunting all day on Saturday, I ended up paying to have somebody come winterize it for me on Sunday. And boy howdy, I'm glad I did; our high today is 18F. We're having bitterly cold weather on par with what we had last winter. And it's not even winter!

hankaye, thanks very much for your help! The shower, galley, and bathroom sink are all road side; the toilet is curbside.

So now that I've paid to learn where that dratted FW drain is, I think I'm ready to winterize next year.
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