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Old 05-09-2015, 04:26 PM   #1
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Question Fresh water tank

We have a 1995 13' Scamp and would like to know how to drain the fresh water tank!! Can't find a drain. Thanks
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Old 05-09-2015, 06:33 PM   #2
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There should be a valve on the tank that drains through the floor.
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Thank you for your response. However, looking underneath the trailer, all we see is a pipe and rubber hose sticking through the floorboard - there doesn't appear to be any valve. Could the valve be located inside the storage area where the tank is located??

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Ken,
Thank you for your response. However, looking underneath the trailer, all we see is a pipe and rubber hose sticking through the floorboard - there doesn't appear to be any valve. Could the valve be located inside the storage area where the tank is located??

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YES!!! That pipe you see on the under side is the water drain and it is connect to a value inside the trailer that is directly connected to one end of the water tank.
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Ken,
Thank you for your response. However, looking underneath the trailer, all we see is a pipe and rubber hose sticking through the floorboard - there doesn't appear to be any valve. Could the valve be located inside the storage area where the tank is located??

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The valve is located inside the trailer. If you look at the tank from inside you'll see the valve close to the floor. There's also a pipe (hose) that goes from the top of the tank down through the floor, that's the overflow.
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