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Old 12-16-2010, 12:17 PM   #11
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The tubes to the left of the tank drain are the overflow according to the plumbing diagram. The actual Low Points are the ones to the bathroom.
Is it possible to get a copy of that diagram?

If you can could you send it too mnelson@mopar1973man.com
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Old 12-16-2010, 12:31 PM   #12
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Unfortunately that info is for dealer records only. We aren't allowed to release any schematics to the public. You might ask Jayco if they can email you one. Sorry about that.
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Old 12-16-2010, 07:05 PM   #13
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Well it was worth a shot... But I'll give Jayco a call and see if the would give up the docs for me...
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Old 12-16-2010, 07:11 PM   #14
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just went thru the exact same thing on mine and was told the same thing
only thing about it that stumps me is this.
2 lines hanging there for 1 overflow doesnt make sense to me
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Old 12-18-2010, 01:51 AM   #15
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just went thru the exact same thing on mine and was told the same thing
only thing about it that stumps me is this.
2 lines hanging there for 1 overflow doesnt make sense to me
Robert
One is for hot water. The other is for cold water. Look in a cabinet or storage area directly above the low point drains. Mine were under the floor, where the previous owner covered the hole with duct tape.

Don't feel bad, it only took me five YEARS to find mine!
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Old 12-18-2010, 08:06 PM   #16
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One is for hot water. The other is for cold water. Look in a cabinet or storage area directly above the low point drains. Mine were under the floor, where the previous owner covered the hole with duct tape.

Don't feel bad, it only took me five YEARS to find mine!
i was referring to the ones in the front that are referred to as the overflow for the fresh water tank
i had a really hard time finding the ones in the rear but i finally did also
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Old 12-20-2010, 01:29 AM   #17
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i was referring to the ones in the front that are referred to as the overflow for the fresh water tank
i had a really hard time finding the ones in the rear but i finally did also
While they may be marked LOW POINT DRAIN, they're the overflow for the water tank.
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Old 01-26-2011, 12:59 PM   #18
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I had a similar problem on a different model. My kitchen low point drain is accessed by taking out two bottom drawers just to the right of the sink. The hot water heater is in the corner and cannot be seen without removing a wall panel held in place by one screw. This was not done until the latest models as the models previously did not have the panel and you could see the hot water heater and valves for winterizing. Now you have to remove a panel. If you see the two lines coming out the bottom of the flooring for your low point drain, the valves should be inside just above the flooring. You may have to remove drawers to get to them like I did.
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I had a similar problem on a different model. My kitchen low point drain is accessed by taking out two bottom drawers just to the right of the sink. The hot water heater is in the corner and cannot be seen without removing a wall panel held in place by one screw. This was not done until the latest models as the models previously did not have the panel and you could see the hot water heater and valves for winterizing. Now you have to remove a panel. If you see the two lines coming out the bottom of the flooring for your low point drain, the valves should be inside just above the flooring. You may have to remove drawers to get to them like I did.
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Geez, don't know where my original post went but here goes again. I had the same problem with a different model. The water heater is hid behind a panel in the corner of the kitchen. The newer models have a panel in place that can be removed with one screw. Older models had it all showing. My unit has two low point drains also. One for the bathroom which you found, and another for the kitchen. Mine is to the right of the kitchen sink between the sink and hot water heater. It is under some drawers so I had to in fact remove the two bottom drawers to find the low point drains in the kitchen. You may have the same set up if you have kitch drawers beside your sink.
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