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Old 09-11-2014, 10:26 PM   #1
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2010 Eagle 351RLSA low point drains

Or at least I think they're low point drains..

On the door side, in the front basement there a small cover held in with screws. Behind it there are three water lines, each with a black plastic handle on them. I'm guessing, but it looks like two are in the "Open" position while the third is in the "closed" position.

With winterizing fast approaching I need to figure out what these are. It's our first season in this unit and the manuals aren't specific to this model at all when it comes to winterization.
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Old 09-12-2014, 09:26 AM   #2
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If they are low point drains. On my 26.5 RLS, the trailer had "Low Point Drains" printed on the side of the trailer right where they exit the trailer. But, I also have to remove a little square cover that was held on with four screws. I took them off and replaced them with some little "picture hanger" doodads and now I just have to swivel one around and take the cover off. I think that you will have to pull the little handles up to drain your water from the low point drains, they seem to move freely but the water doesn't come out until I lift them up gently. Don't forget to close them before filling your trailer with water or you will run out pretty soon and probably won't have much pressure inside the trailer.
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That sounds like what I have! Thank you.
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Be sure to close them before you winterize or your antifreeze will be out on the ground. Speaking from experience.
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Old 09-16-2014, 06:28 PM   #5
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My 30.5 RLS is similar with a small access panel in the storage area. Have to pull up on the handles to open the low point drain that is related to the bathroom. Once finished close them to keep antifreeze in and pressure up in the new year.
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