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Old 09-24-2019, 12:20 AM   #1
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240bhsl ultimate fresh tank drain

hey everyone on my kodiak 240bhsl ultimate is the fresh water drain line the one at the back under the outdoor sink? one is red assumably hot and one is white. if so do I have to have my water pump on to pump out the tank or is there a fresh water drain valve that I just cannot find? thanks in advance
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Old 09-24-2019, 02:15 AM   #2
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Low Point Drains

The fresh water drain valve is usually attached to the fresh water tank itself. It will drain by gravity alone.

The red drain is probably the hot water low point intended to drain the hot water pipes. The white one next to it may be a low point drain for the cold water pipes.

I can't say for sure. If it drains many gallons when pump is off, it is the fresh tank drain. If it drains a quart or so it is the cold water low point drain.
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Update wow it was so obvious that I missed it it's right below the tank beside the axle lol thanks for the advice.
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The fresh water drain valve is usually attached to the fresh water tank itself. It will drain by gravity alone.

The red drain is probably the hot water low point intended to drain the hot water pipes. The white one next to it may be a low point drain for the cold water pipes.

I can't say for sure. If it drains many gallons when pump is off, it is the fresh tank drain. If it drains a quart or so it is the cold water low point drain.
Fresh should be 1 1/2 inch white PVC with a valve to open and close
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