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Old 04-07-2013, 10:10 AM   #1
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Low point drain for 33 rlds

Another dumb question but here goes: Low Pont drains I have two in the center of the TT and two towards the front - I am trying to dewinterize but nothing is coming out of the drains, are these the turn and pull or is there another valve that I need to turn to have water to come out. If they are the turn and pull (exterior drains) I am having trouble pulling them up. Hate to break since it is our first camper.

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Old 04-07-2013, 10:38 AM   #2
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the two up front are probably your fresh water tank and there shouldn't be any antifreeze in there. the ones in the back are probably to your water heater and the other is probably the actual low point drain. I just have to open mine and they drain, no pulling or anything. Try opening up some water facets inside and get some "air behind water" to help it drain out. I would think it would still drain without opening one up, just real slow...
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What year is your 33rlds ? I only see the 2 in the middle on our 2013.
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Two in the center should be your fresh water tanks, per website specs you have 86 gallons of fresh water, which would most likely be 2 40 gallon tanks and 6 gallons in your water heater.

The front drains should be your pipes.

Add water to your fresh water tanks or your city connect and flush your lines, open the low point drains and your faucets
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I also have a 2012 33rlds. The low point drain valve is under the shower. Remove the panel at the bottom right of the shower- (next to the wardrobe slide out). Pull up on the valve to drain kitchen and bathroom water lines

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Thanks Jef and Deb I will look at it tonight - how about the two low point drains to the front, do you turn to open and close or turn and lift up.
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Old 04-09-2013, 05:51 PM   #8
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I just got out from under our 2013 33 RLDS and do not have the drains in the front. I wonder what they were for and why they are no longer needed? The two I see in the middle and realativley close togeter. I assume one if for the hot water heater and one is for the fresh water tank/tanks.
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I believe the two tubes hanging down in front of front left tire are the fresh water overflow tubes. At least on mine that's correct.

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