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    Plumbing drain lines

    New to TT and just bought a Pioneer RL25. Walk-thru was pretty detailed, we just didn't know all the questions to ask. Once we got it home, I noticed 3 drain lines with 1/4 turn valves on each one under the trailer. Not sure what system each one drains. The Heartland OM does not mention these at all. Need some help.

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    Re: Plumbing drain lines

    Hi Scottg,

    Congratulations on the new Pioneer and welcome to the Heartland Owners Forum. One of the drain lines is to empty the fresh water holding tank. The other two are probably "low point drains" that help you evacuate water from the system when winterizing. If 2 of them are close together, those are likely the low point drains.


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    Re: Plumbing drain lines

    Quote Originally Posted by Scottg View Post
    New to TT and just bought a Pioneer RL25. Walk-thru was pretty detailed, we just didn't know all the questions to ask. Once we got it home, I noticed 3 drain lines with 1/4 turn valves on each one under the trailer. Not sure what system each one drains. The Heartland OM does not mention these at all. Need some help.
    We have a Pioneer DS310 and it has a similar setup for the drains. The single blue is for the fresh water tank and the blue and red paired together are the low point drains.

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    Re: Plumbing drain lines

    If they look like these:

    ProwlerDrains-P1000175.jpg ProwlerFreshDrain-P1000181.jpg

    They are your fresh water system drains as mentioned above by the others.
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