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Old 06-12-2014, 10:40 PM   #1
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What is this for?

In our Jay Flight 23MBH, I noticed this under the rear wardrobe:
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And the water lines have what appear to be an overflow at this spot through the bottom of the unit:
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Old 06-12-2014, 10:53 PM   #3
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Those valves are your hot and cold water low point drains....., you use them to drain the lines when you winterize the TT.

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Ah, thanks. Guess I missed that in the PDI!
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Most RV dealers overlook the low point drain valves during a PDI.

Your TT manual will have instructions on winterizing, or feel free to do a "winterizing" search here at JOF, there are a number of threads on the subject should you need some insight when the time comes.

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Yep low points. Check YouTube for some vids of the process too.
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y'all beat me to it - I was ready to say, "Don't ever pull the red valve!!!"
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Donald, on my maiden voyage, these were open on my rig...so as I hooked up the water....it just came pouring out the back...from those tubes. Learned my lesson quickly to find those valves and shut them.
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Haha, mine was the plastic plug in the hot water heater! I'm sure it's been done many times!
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