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Old 07-22-2021, 07:22 PM   #1
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Trying to id a few hoses under my fifth wheel, brand new 317RLOK, our tech walkthrough did not touch on this. Is one fresh tank overflow and one for the fridge condensate?

I just found the fresh tank drain, was told I would have to use the water pump to empty the tank, so not sure what else I donít know. BTW this is our 3rd 5th wheel.
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Old 07-22-2021, 08:23 PM   #2
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The fat one is where 1/3 of your fresh water tank will dump out of, when you overfill it. The smaller one is the fresh water tank vent.
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Why is it on the ground?
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Why is it on the ground?
I think, that is an optical illusion But, it does look like they cut his discharge tubing a bit longer than most that I have seen..
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Welcome from New York. As for the questions, I don't know.
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Welcome aboard.

The thick one is your FW tank overflow. The thinner tube, I would guess is your FW air vent.

They do look like they reach almost to the ground. You might be able to push them up a little bit. However, sometimes they apply a black spray foam to the underbelly and they wont move.
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Welcome from Wisconsin. Congrats and enjoy your new Jayco!
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Why is it on the ground?
It is just the angle that I took the photo, the end of the tube is about 1 1/2 foot off the ground.
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