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Old 11-17-2017, 07:59 PM   #1
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Question Fresh water tank

New rver here, needing to know where the fresh water holding tank is on a 2008 Prairie Schooner and how to empty it please
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Old 11-18-2017, 12:58 AM   #2
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Jimmy, stay tuned to see if anybody knows the answer specific to your model. Until then, since GS never really give us any useful information on such things, you may have to do some good ol' detective work.

To find your freshwater tank, ask "Where is the freshwater fill?" That usually won't be too far from the tank. Now, "Where is the water pump?" That won't be far from the tank either. So, where could a large tank be hiding? Usually, they are under a bed, or sofa, etc.

To empty it, you can first try to look around outside of your rig. If the freshwater drain valve is accessible from the outside, there will usually be a sticker on the side, but at the bottom edge of the RV at the closest point to where the valve is located underneath with a sticker that says something like, "Freshwater Drain" on it. If you find a sticker, crawl under at that point and have a look around. If there is not one like this, then the valve is often at, or very near the tank itself, and it is probably accessible from the inside of the RV. If you can find the tank, there will often be two water lines coming out of the tank at the bottom. One will go to the water pump. The other will often be the drain. Usually there is a ball valve or a gate valve on this drain line. Open the valve, and the tank will drain through the line and out the bottom of the RV.

Best of luck to you.
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Thanks for your reply Larry, appreciate the assistance. Will get to looking around.
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