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Old 10-01-2011, 03:35 AM   #1
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You should have 3 low point drains. One for the tank (water tank) one for hot and one for cold. First turn the 2 valves for the water heater to bypass it, then take the plug out of the water heater to drain it (outside at the water heater) Then take the caps off the low point drains and open the valves for them (in the basement ubove the drains on older units) and then open the faucets in the camper, this will drain the lines. Flush the toilet as well. and do not forget to open the outside shower valves. You will also want to put some, about a cup or more, antifreeze in the drains to keep the traps from freezing. Hope that helps.
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Thanks! Very helpful
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I have a 2012 23fbZinger. Any idea where the low point drains are located?
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Look under the trailer for the lines hanging down with caps on them.

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Old 10-01-2011, 06:49 AM   #6
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On my trailer there are two low point drains right behind the fiberglass skin approximately under the kitchen sink. I have another one under the fresh water fill for the fresh water tank. Then there is a plastic plug in the hot water heater (make sure the water is cool before draining).
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Old 10-02-2011, 01:34 AM   #7
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The low point drains in my zinger are in the wheel well on the curb side.



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If you have an outside shower...they also might be located underneath that as well...at least that is where they are on my cruiser tt, but you have to get almost under the trailer to see them as they are way up there....



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We have a Zinger 27BHSE - I found them sticking out of the bottom just behind fridge...probably right under bathroom sink. They are not labelled...just look for 2 lines with caps sticking out thru the belly wrap.
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Windshield washer fluid is cheaper than RV Antifreeze for your drains and P-traps. Just a suggestion. Windshield washer fluid can also be used for small flushes if you have to use the toilet on the road when rig is winterized.
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