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Old 06-07-2016, 08:28 AM   #11
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I was confused at first, then I remembered the tank meter, which mine is so low next to the fridge, its almost a waste to have it. I cant even get my hand in there to check it, so I just leave that tank open....
Scott, where is your tank meter located? Mine is just to the left of the handle for the outside kitchen (circled in red)


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Old 06-07-2016, 01:19 PM   #12
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Mine is located next to the fridge in the outside compartment. Horrible place for it. I like the placement of yours. Was that stock?
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I was wondering where my tank gage was. I don't have it on the pull out shelf either. So it is located in the fridge compartment? Where?
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Yes mine came stock where it is. Mine is just above & left of the handle used to pull out the kitchen. Seems like to best place for it, just below the sink so you'll know when it's almost a full tank.

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Mine is in the same place as Aero-Daves, I replaced the rear drain cover with a cover with an outlet for a hose. I no longer have to stretch a stinky slinky and have put a valve on the fitting to drain while driving, Drip, drip, done when home! I ran a hose 1 weekend to drain.
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i have the same fitting for my rear dump. I just let it trickle out. Its only water.
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Mine is in the same place as Aero-Daves, I replaced the rear drain cover with a cover with an outlet for a hose. I no longer have to stretch a stinky slinky and have put a valve on the fitting to drain while driving, Drip, drip, done when home! I ran a hose 1 weekend to drain.
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I just located my tank gage and it is next to the fridge outside. I cant even get my hand in between the fridge and the wall to push the button. What a poor place to put this. Need to have the fridge moved over the right for extra clearance!
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