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BJMCFW
Reg. Jan 2021
Posted 2021-04-04 7:35 AM (#173588)
Subject: Fresh water drain on Outlaw Conversion


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Ok, I need some help.

07 Platinum Outlaw Conversion we just bought has a 60 main tank with pump under the sofa and a 30 gallon extra tank with a pump under the dinette seat and steps to the bed. I found the drain for the small auxiliary tank but can not find the drain valve for the main tank. I have crawled under the trailer and found what looks to be drain hoses under the water heater area (2 blue hoses and 1 red hose) so I go inside the trailer and can not find anything in that location. The cabinets is there with a solid bottom in the cabinets.
Have looked around the main tank under the sofa and can not see anything nor see any room for a valve.

What am I missing???
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RustyScupper
Reg. Mar 2013
Posted 2021-04-05 6:21 AM (#173589 - in reply to #173588)
Subject: RE: Fresh water drain on Outlaw Conversion


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Not familiar with Platinum or Outlaw, but I would think that there would be a drain close to the larger tank.  Usually there is a valve that allows the tank to fill or drain right by the tank.  Can you inspect the tank under the sofa?

In regards to the solid bottom of the cabinets, sometimes these "kickboards" are attached with "pins" similar to what keeps the kitchen cabinets closed.  Under my water heater there is a raised panel that has these pins to allow me to pull it off to get to the plumbing. 
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BJMCFW
Reg. Jan 2021
Posted 2021-04-05 8:09 AM (#173591 - in reply to #173588)
Subject: RE: Fresh water drain on Outlaw Conversion


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So far I have drawn a blank. The small tank was easy, the line was run down the wall and under the other dinette bench along with the pump and other stuff. The main tank takes up every inch of room unde the sofa and so far I have found 2 blue hoses and 1 red hose under the trailer on that side but they are to the rear and under the water heater! So I checked the cabinet where the water heater is mounted and can not find any type of trap door or removable panel to get under the cabinet. I have a call into Outlaw now hoping to get some info.

Thanks for the reply
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RustyScupper
Reg. Mar 2013
Posted 2021-04-05 8:10 AM (#173592 - in reply to #173588)
Subject: RE: Fresh water drain on Outlaw Conversion


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Good Luck.  Let us know what you find out. 
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BJMCFW
Reg. Jan 2021
Posted 2021-04-05 6:46 PM (#173598 - in reply to #173588)
Subject: RE: Fresh water drain on Outlaw Conversion


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Well as of tonight I still can not find the drain valve! Some lady from Outlaw did call me back because there service guys had already left for the day. She was zero help. Said "oh it should be at the end of the tank!????? Well one would think that is should be since that is where most are located. I explained to her that the tank in question is a 60 gallon unit and takes up just about every inch under the sofa. I was able to follow the water lines thru the cabinet under the water heater BUT there is no trap door and no way to see under the cabinet bottom!

I'm guessing the other option will be to run the pump until its empty!
Just hate to leave water in tank if the trailer sits for a couple of weeks. Between the well water and Texas heat it gets nasty pretty quick.
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ThreeCW
Reg. Apr 2014
Posted 2021-04-05 7:19 PM (#173599 - in reply to #173588)
Subject: RE: Fresh water drain on Outlaw Conversion


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On our 2006 Hart with a 13 ft Outlaw LQ, our only water tank is under the sofa. The drain for the water tank is next to the pump, which is located under the kitchen cabinets. We access our pump and tank drains (hot water and water storage tanks) by removing the bottom drawer in the kitchen ... actually easiest to take out all the drawers for best access.
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BJMCFW
Reg. Jan 2021
Posted 2021-04-06 7:53 PM (#173603 - in reply to #173599)
Subject: RE: Fresh water drain on Outlaw Conversion


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ThreeCW - 2021-04-05 9:19 PM

On our 2006 Hart with a 13 ft Outlaw LQ, our only water tank is under the sofa. The drain for the water tank is next to the pump, which is located under the kitchen cabinets. We access our pump and tank drains (hot water and water storage tanks) by removing the bottom drawer in the kitchen ... actually easiest to take out all the drawers for best access.

WOW, I will try that. That sounds like is where it's located. That is where i can hear the pump. I sent it to get the generator checked out, as soon as I pick it up I wil check and let you know.
Thanks for the replies!
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