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Posted: 11/11/19 10:34pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

2006 travel supreme motorhome. I have had it since new. Today while trying to winterize
The cold lines worked ok, but the hot lines would not take the pink stuff.
Does anyone know the correct position of the 2 bypass valves, normal and bypass positions.
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I recently posted a pic of the heater isolation and bypass valves on the iRV2 Travel Supreme Owner's Group Forum. You can see it here (Post #28):

Water Heater Valves

Hope this helps.

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sailor_lou wrote:

I recently posted a pic of the heater isolation and bypass valves on the iRV2 Travel Supreme Owner's Group Forum. You can see it here (Post #28):

Water Heater Valves

Hope this helps.

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Note, that picture is "inuse" not "bypass".


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I tried that position and still had fluid running out the hot water tank drain. Do you think the valve failed?

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As cavie identified, the pic shows the valves in the "normal" lineup, which is the water heater inlet open and the bypass secured. If you reposition both valves, the heater should be bypassed. If you still have an issue then it is possible the inlet valve isn't closing.

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Thanks Lou.

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