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Old 01-29-2019, 03:43 PM   #1
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2015 Kodiak 298RLRS drain lines

Can find only one drain line, between axles and white. There must be two others maybe red and blue. Any ideas?
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Old 01-29-2019, 04:42 PM   #2
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Can find only one drain line, between axles and white. There must be two others maybe red and blue. Any ideas?

I am going to take a leap of faith and say that one is the drain for your fresh water tank. On our unit the "low point" drain for the plumbing is way in the back almost under the rear bumper.


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I am going to take a leap of faith and say that one is the drain for your fresh water tank. On our unit the "low point" drain for the plumbing is way in the back almost under the rear bumper.


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I agree with Bill... The hot and cold drains on mine are located below the water inlet near the outside of the RV which is near the middle.
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Thanks for the info but they may be hidden under the sheeting as I have looked every where under the unit.
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Thanks for the info but they may be hidden under the sheeting as I have looked every where under the unit.
LOL! Well, hang in there, maybe some of their installers forgot to cut the holes for them. Someone will be along shortly with information.
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Old 01-30-2019, 10:43 AM   #6
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On our 300BHSL, the two line drains (red and white) are located between the wheel wells and the rear of the trailer along the edge of the trailer directly underneath the outside kitchen. They are not protruding through the chloroplast but are along the edge of the trailer behind the side skirting.
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Thanks...I would think those lines have to be viewable from the hot water/water pump area. i'm not excited about dropping the chloroplast but maybe that what I need to do.
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Thanks...I would think those lines have to be viewable from the hot water/water pump area. i'm not excited about dropping the chloroplast but maybe that what I need to do.

That is very weird. But as mjcarte Mentioned: The valves are not between the frame rails, but in between the frame rail and the side of the trailer. At least under ours.

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Mine are directly behind the rear tire opposite side of kitchen, on the OUTSIDE of the enclosed belly and frame. Don't drop anything until you've thoroughly checked the outside edge of the camper.
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Found them tucked next to the frame and covered with sealant.
Thanks to all.
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Found them tucked next to the frame and covered with sealant.
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Great, got anything else we can discuss? By the way, welcome to the forum!
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Found them tucked next to the frame and covered with sealant.
Thanks to all.

Outstanding!
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Drain lines

I have a different brand of rv, but mine I didn't have to remove any of the under belly but took about half a dozen searches to find them,, Keep looking
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