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Old 11-17-2016, 07:34 PM   #1
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321RSTS Low Point Drains... Where?

So, I started to winterize my 2017 321RSTS today but could not find the main "low point drain". There is a sticker on the left rear side but all I see is the fresh water drain there. I don't see anything inside either. (I do see the "low point drain" up front in the storage area for the washer).
Someone here knows, I'm sure!

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Old 11-18-2016, 08:46 AM   #2
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Low point drain

I responded to you in another tread, just realized this was you. I have a 2016 321 RSTS. The low point drain are located inside the basement on you left hand side behind the panel that you probably saw, those are your main drain for the trailer, you need to pull up on them. Poorly located and a pain to get to but it is what it is.

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If you looking into the storage compartment from the curb/ door side, there is a small removable panel to your left and to your right. Left is the main low point drain, right is the washer plumbing lp drain. Each have a hot and a cold valve.

That is how mine is piped.
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Thanks Bob and Norty1

I have already added the "pink stuff" thru the Uni-Doc center but failed to open the low point drain. Do you think I would be safe at this point, to open the low point drain and open the kitchen sink faucets (farthest away)?
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I would personelly drain my line properly and re- winterize the unit. For 10$ worth of antifreeze versus $$$ in damaged frozen line. It only takes about 10 minutes so why risk it. But thats me.

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I would personelly drain my line properly and re- winterize the unit. For 10$ worth of antifreeze versus $$$ in damaged frozen line. It only takes about 10 minutes so why risk it. But thats me.

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Thanks Bob!

Bought a couple extra gallons of pink stuff and went back to trailer to hunt for those low point drains. Didn't see them at first because I thought they would be sticking out through the cardboard. Looked again and found them on the other side of the beam, higher up. If they were snakes, I would have gotten bit...

Drained the lines and re- winterized the unit properly. Feel a lot better now.
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