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Old 01-27-2011, 10:05 AM   #21
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Ok... Yesterday I got to verify it is actual a double tank overflow for the fresh water system. So CCIParts is right the only low point drains are in the bathroom under the sink...

I'm all good now I've got the winterizing down to a science now and can winterizing the entire TT in about 15 minutes and use only 2 ozs of antifreeze! Beat that...
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Old 01-27-2011, 10:44 AM   #22
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I use 2 gallons!
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Mopar man, if you have a kitchen on one end and a bedroom/bathroom on the other end, it does not seem logical to only have the one low point drain. The amount of antifreeze you are using does not seem logical either. If you have drawers in the kitchen under the sink or to the right of it, have you pulled the bottom two out and looked undeneath? Just curious
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Old 01-27-2011, 03:39 PM   #24
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Well it was odd the coach is marked for 2 low point drains on the driver side. So seeing the 2 tubes coming down in the kitchen area I though there was a hidden valve. Well there wasn't the 2 tubes are the water tank overflow which I've now seen after doing a santizing rinse on the tank.

Then also CCIParts got the information about the plumbing layout so he confirmed it was a overflow lines for the water tank.

So yes the only low point drain really is the set in the bathroom under the sink and the other low point drain is the actual water tank drain.
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