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Posted: 10/25/21 01:52pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

for incapacitated brother. Where is drain for fresh water tank? Found low point drains toward front driver's side. Thanks


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Drivers side underneath just below the fill port.

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Terry 25 wrote:

for incapacitated brother. Where is drain for fresh water tank? Found low point drains toward front driver's side. Thanks


Hello I have an similar Jayco X20E The fresh water drain should be almost directly below the fresh water tank. Should be a small white plastic valve. Sometimes it's hard to see if there is water in the tank so If your not sure put a small amount of water in fresh water tank and turn knob till water comes out. Not really a flow directional on those cheap valves, so sometimes it good to make comparisons

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Thanks for the helpful comments. Should have thought to look around the tank. No danger of freezing here in the foreseeable future. I'll check back with my findings soon. Camper is 90m away.

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Thank you both, It was right where you said it would be. Cannot believe I didn't see it. BTW it was empty.

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