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Old 04-30-2016, 10:14 AM   #1
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Hello all. Just spent night in new to us 2010 32bl cruiser. I just have a few questions that I either don't remember or old owner never went over.
1 is there a freshwater tank drain valve?

2 is the front drain grey and black and the rear drain is kitchen only?

3 there 2 coax ports for living room tv? Why 2?

4. Anyone use the propane port near entry door?

Lol I'm sure I'll have more questions soon!
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Old 04-30-2016, 10:22 AM   #2
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Hello all. Just spent night in new to us 2010 32bl cruiser. I just have a few questions that I either don't remember or old owner never went over.
1 is there a freshwater tank drain valve?
Yes. It should stick thru the membrane right under the water tank. (small pex pipe with cap)

2 is the front drain grey and black and the rear drain is kitchen only?
If you mean where the Rino drain hose hooks on--yes, but there should be separate levers to pull for each tank.
The lever in the rear should be for the kitchen tank.


3 there 2 coax ports for living room tv? Why 2?

4. Anyone use the propane port near entry door?

Lol I'm sure I'll have more questions soon!
The rest someone else can answer better then I can.
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Old 04-30-2016, 10:36 AM   #3
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#3 one is for the campground coax cable the other is for satellite hook-up, they are marked so get out your magnifying glass...

#4 yes I use mine all the time, but remember it is piped from your RV propane tanks which means it is already regulated to 11lbs. water column pressure...
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Old 04-30-2016, 11:14 AM   #4
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Uh oh. So the water line poking through the bottom is a drain and not an over flow..... That means I better find a cap.

I didn't see any writing that means I might need glasses ? Lol oh no.

Ok so I can just buy a line and no regulator needed.... Sweet.

Another question I had was the heater bypass valves. one on line coming in to heater and one on line bypassing?

I'll be honest I've had another small trailer and a class a but nothing quite as elaborate as this !!!
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Old 04-30-2016, 12:13 PM   #6
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Thanks Lloyd that makes perfect sense now. I don't know why I was letting it get best of me.
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Old 04-30-2016, 01:35 PM   #7
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There are two connections in the basement one is for cable hook up and the other is for Sat. In the Tv cab one is for antenna, and the other is Sat.For Antenna Push the button and the light comes on that is your amp for over the air. push it off and than your cable will work. The rear Kitchen drain is in the back by the stablizer . seperate from the grey tank for the bathroom. The propane by the door must have been a mod by the first owner mine does not have this. Your water pump and valves are back of a panel beneath the TV.
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Old 04-30-2016, 04:34 PM   #8
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Well I'm not sure how to post the pic but the drain line needs a cap or valve. What does everyone recommend?
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If it has threads on the end (which it should have) just go to your local establishment that sells pex tubing/pipe and buy a cap, or plug for it.
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If it has threads on the end (which it should have) just go to your local establishment that sells pex tubing/pipe and buy a cap, or plug for it.
Just remember that the cap just helps to keep dirt out of the drain valve. You still need to turn the bottom fitting to allow it to drain so it really not a necessity to cap.
Looks good though.
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