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Old 10-19-2012, 03:43 PM   #1
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Question 351 RLTS Low Point Drain Question??? HELP!!

Ok I need some help please. We have a 2012 351 RLTS and I did the winterizzing today at lunch, BUT...... The low point drains under the steps to go to the bedroom had nothing come out of them. Even when hooked to the air compressor not even air came out. Turned the valves everyway possible and still nothing. The ones on the front side under the bedroom drained just fine and I got antifreeze out of them as well. What am I missing???
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I think I may have found my answer. These look like a "T" valve. So do these maybe pull up to open??
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Old 10-19-2012, 04:34 PM   #3
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My low point drain valves are T-Valves that you need to pull to open. Similar to the dump valves for holding tanks.
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Old 10-19-2012, 05:08 PM   #4
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Yes, pull up to open and push down to close.
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I have the same rig but have never winterized the water lines with anti freeze. You should get drainage there. If you open them when the system is pressurized water under pressure should come out. Maybe some trash in the line or some blockage. You could remove the compartment wall and manually trace the lines to the low point valve.

If you aren't using the washer connections, there are 2 valves in the ceiling of the storage compartment that will close the supply off to the front valves.

The valves pull up to open, down to close.
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I have the same rig but have never winterized the water lines with anti freeze. You should get drainage there. If you open them when the system is pressurized water under pressure should come out. Maybe some trash in the line or some blockage. You could remove the compartment wall and manually trace the lines to the low point valve.

If you aren't using the washer connections, there are 2 valves in the ceiling of the storage compartment that will close the supply off to the front valves.

The valves pull up to open, down to close.
I figured it out, thanks. I also see the washer lines in the ceiling, but no washer drain coming down.
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I figured it out, thanks. I also see the washer lines in the ceiling, but no washer drain coming down.
The drain goes straight down between the storage compartment wall and the battery box and into the grey tank underneath.
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