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Old 12-30-2011, 04:56 PM   #1
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New member here and to 5th wheeling,
Questions;
1) Can somebody tell me where the fresh water tank drain valve is located. I located the hot and cold drain valves and am assuming that there is a seperate valve for the fresh water tank, would this be a correct assumption?
2) Is the cold water low point valve also for the fresh water drain?

Thank you in advance and We appreciate any and all input.

E & M Barnette
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Old 12-30-2011, 05:17 PM   #2
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1. The fresh water tank drain should be somewhere under or very near to the fresh water tank itself. Generally the tank is located within just a few feet of the fill hatch. On Keystones, the fw drain also seems to usually be on the street side of the trailer fairly close to the edge of the unit.

2. No, the cold water low point is completely separate from the fresh water drain. You should have a total of three drains: the hot and cold low point drain are usually together, and the fresh water tank drain is completely separate.
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Old 01-03-2012, 05:25 AM   #3
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Do a "Search" in the Forum. This was discussed before, and one of the replies included a picture. Look immediately in front of the front axle about 18 inches from the street side frame member. It will have a screw cap on it.

And, welcome to the forum! There's a lot of good stuff on the different Alpine models here.

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