But my kitchen still has no water.
The struggle to remove this 11 gallon tank turned out to be nothing compared to trying to return it to this spot in the curbside front storage corner of the coach. Its removal, simply for "new-owner preventative maintenance," revealed a hole in the floor but no drain connection to the tank. Why the kit builder chose to locate tank in this spot (contrary to Burro
instructions) is anybody's guess.
After attaching attachments to tank so drain becomes functional I simply could not get the thing back into that hole. Besides, no way to even get a hand down there to connect up a working drain. Gol-darn knuckle-scraper-buster-bratcha-blaster!
So glad I tried a dry-fit before committing to drilling any new holes.
instructions call for this tank to go in rear streetside bunker. Have been resisting this move (no idea why) until now, and so, in accordance with what has been learned to date, have re-routed all the transmission lines to that area. It means cutting open another 3 inch hole in the back for water filling, and cutting another hole in floor for drain valve, but, what the hay.