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Old 01-24-2016, 03:02 PM   #31
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Tom or anyone else with similar unit - If you sanitized lines before use and you set up all the knobs for this process, will the pump run water to the refrigerator lines?? I've not had a RV with residential fridge before. If it will, how do you keep the bleach solution from getting into the refrigerator line?
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Old 01-24-2016, 05:42 PM   #32
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There's a shut off behind the drawer under the oven.
And a shut off down inside the wood panel covering the water lines under the sink.
The under sink line goes to the shut off under the oven, where it tees off and goes to the drain valve under the kitchen slide.
If you shut off the valve under the oven and open the drain under the slide, wait until bleach solution comes out then shut it off and you'll be able to sanitize that water line and none will go into your fridge.
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Old 01-24-2016, 06:57 PM   #33
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Thank you for this Klassic! I knew about the two shut offs but didn't know about the one under the slide and how that worked.
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Old 01-24-2016, 07:17 PM   #34
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Thanks Klassic! By chance do you have any pics? Just asking because I can be a dumb *ss sometimes!!
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Old 01-24-2016, 07:21 PM   #35
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Sorry if i highjacked the tread! I did get under mine today and checked the underbelly..To my surprise, I didn't find any gaps or holes that I would need to fill in!
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Thanks Klassic! By chance do you have any pics? Just asking because I can be a dumb *ss sometimes!!
I have no pics..she's all closed up for the winter.
I guess you guys are lucky warm weather guys, and camp all year round.

You have to take the drawer right out and lay on your stomach to reach the valve.
Hopefully you know how those drawer slides release.

There's probably don't need for you to touch the valve under the sink. (More of a winterizing thing) But if you did want to touch it you need to reach way down inside the wood cover, look down it with a flashlight. I recall something posted that it can be removed, but I never noticed if it would come off when I shut the valve off for winter.

When your done sanitizing, open the drain valve under the slide to flush out the bleach while you run fresh water through the system.

And if you're looking for the low point drains, they should be behind the removable panel under the vacuum in the basement storage.
Ignore the birds nest of wiring you will see back there.
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Sorry if i highjacked the tread! I did get under mine today and checked the underbelly..To my surprise, I didn't find any gaps or holes that I would need to fill in!
Look at where the levelling jack wires go into the frame.A mouse would love that hole if it was looking for a way in.
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Thanks for ALL your help Klassic!! Yes, down her in North Texas (for the most part) we can camp year round! I'll be out on my maiden voyage this coming weekend and the highs should hit the 70's...Sorry!
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Chasing down all my drains, so that I can sanitize and flush my system this weekend. I found the H & C low-point drain on the doorside, accessible through the removable panel. I also found a single low-point drain on the dinette slide. Since this is only a "single" is it save to presume that this is the potable water tank drain?

I don't appear to have the valves and drains around the fridge or under the sink, as I have the gas/electric fridge (no ice maker or water dispenser).

Am I missing any drains that I haven't yet found?

And the comments about the manual being to vague are SPOT ON! I learned nothing from the manual.....
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