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Old 05-24-2019, 04:59 AM   #1
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Sani Flush

Anyone know what the two blue levers are used for? Are they part of the sani flush feature? We have no information on what they are. We have a 2014 Cruiser 5th wheel Mod 305SK. Thanks.
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Old 05-24-2019, 06:26 AM   #2
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Probably the low point drains.
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Definitely the low point drains, On my 13 Cruiser
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I have the same setup. I didn't know what the blue levers were for either. Now one has fallen off and ět is difficult to get back on. Do you need to operate the drains? I don't see anything in the manual about them.
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They are the low point drains, hot and cold water. Turn them and you will see the water come out under your fifth wheel. Nothing to do with the Sani-Flush.
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Old 06-17-2019, 06:49 AM   #6
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Silcock

Those are the low point drains; one for the HOT water and the other for the COLD water. We plumbed both drain pipes together and ran them to a plastic silcock. It makes a great place to get fresh water after draining the black water or filling a bucket to wash the truck. In a pinch we used it to supply the Sani-Flush system with water.
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I have the same setup. I didn't know what the blue levers were for either. Now one has fallen off and ět is difficult to get back on. Do you need to operate the drains? I don't see anything in the manual about them.
You will find them very useful when you need to winterize!
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Yes you do to winterize your rv.
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