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Old 04-07-2012, 12:19 PM   #1
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Plumbing valves

This is my first TT and my first attempt at de-winterizing. I believe I have it all figured out, EXCEPT, there are two small black valves at the rear of my 20BH, in the cargo area, near the outside shower tee's, they go down threw the floor and can't see where they go. They appeer to be open as the small tee handle is in the up position. My question's, what are they and do they need to be open or closed for normal operation?
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This is my first TT and my first attempt at de-winterizing. I believe I have it all figured out, EXCEPT, there are two small black valves at the rear of my 20BH, in the cargo area, near the outside shower tee's, they go down threw the floor and can't see where they go. They appeer to be open as the small tee handle is in the up position. My question's, what are they and do they need to be open or closed for normal operation?
Those are your low point drain valves.

They need to be closed (pushed down) for normal operation.

If you don't closed them and turn on the water pressure, water will shoot out those hoses under your camper.:lizard:
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Thank you very much for your quick response!
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Welcome to the JOF, DRZRIDER. Pop in on the New Members forum and say HOWDY.

What are you towing? What are you towing it with? Got kids? Pets? Mother-in-Law traveling with you? :hihi:
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Thank you very much for your quick response!
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