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Old 10-15-2018, 05:30 PM   #1
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I have an xt-276 fun finder and I am trying to winterize it. I have done this in many rv's. I am trying to find the low water drains. I would appreciate any help I could receive on trying to locate these drains if they exist. I purchased this ft recently and there are no manuals. I am presently sealing all the seams on the roof after reading all of the threads from this forum.
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Old 10-16-2018, 05:48 AM   #2
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YOu will find the low water drains under the unit ... a blue and red pex line located between the fresh water tank and the axles.

The drain points are black plastic caps on the pex lines, unscrew the caps and the water will drain.
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YOu will find the low water drains under the unit ... a blue and red pex line located between the fresh water tank and the axles.

The drain points are black plastic caps on the pex lines, unscrew the caps and the water will drain.
Mine are rings that pull out to open.
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I found the low water drains underneath the black cover. They were located between the grey water tank and the front axl. This is on my xt-276 ft. Thank you Eagle for sending me in the right direction. I am now ready to winterize the toy hauler.
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I found the low water drains underneath the black cover. They were located between the grey water tank and the front axl. This is on my xt-276 ft. Thank you Eagle for sending me in the right direction. I am now ready to winterize the toy hauler.

? underneath the black cover ?

Is your X276 covered with something on the underside?
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