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Old 08-27-2014, 09:39 AM   #1
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Winterization is coming

Having gone from a TT to a park model, I spent some time last weekend reading the Jayco hand book on my model. The picture they used for the low point drains shows the valve on the out side bottom of the lines. Not true as when you go and check they are just open lines pointing toward the ground. Went inside and opened the cupboard doors and no valves. Went online on this forum and researched to see where they were. Got an answer in seconds from a gentlemen in Alaska who posted the same question in which he had the same problem. He was advised that the valves were behind the bottom drawer and was given instructions on how to unlock and remove. Well I found them and they are not easy to get at. I always like a challenge, being retired helicopter mechanic; however Jayco engineering could have moved them a foot either side and they would have been behind a big cupboard door for easier access. In closing this forum is great with information. I would suggest that before you post some questions always spend some time in researching the question and usually you will find your answer.

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