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Old 10-17-2021, 12:07 AM   #1
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We have a Roadtrek Play SRT. Much like a PLAY or ZION. We need to winterize it using anti-freeze. We want to access the pump which is behind the big drawer under the fridge. How to remove the drawer? Thanks
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Old 10-17-2021, 02:24 AM   #2
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Lots of people over on the Facebook page have removed it. No one mentioned that it was all that hard, but it is really a two person job to get it back in. I never removed mine as I had no reason.

The Roadtrek website has videos on how to winterize these models.
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Pull the drawer out to the extent of its travel. There is a small latch/lever on each side, in the track assembly. Push the latch on one side up and on the other side down. Then the drawer can be pulled out.https://youtu.be/7FNWBBrRIAc
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We have a Roadtrek Play SRT. Much like a PLAY or ZION. We need to winterize it using anti-freeze. We want to access the pump which is behind the big drawer under the fridge. How to remove the drawer? Thanks
I'm assuming by now you got your answer how to remove your Pot Drawer, but if not I have a Slumber and can tell you.
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We have a Roadtrek Play SRT. Much like a PLAY or ZION. ....
Wait... A Play SRT? That doesn't even show on the Roadtrek website, nor have I read of their offering any SRT models other than the Zion SRT with the new company. Since the Play is an upgraded Simplicity... presumably a Play SRT would be an upgraded Simplicity SRT.

Doesn't matter as per your drawer question, since all the Roadtrek models have the same interior... same drawer... with the water pump behind it.

I'm just curious how/where this model appeared...
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Pull the drawer out to the extent of its travel. There is a small latch/lever on each side, in the track assembly. Push the latch on one side up and on the other side down. Then the drawer can be pulled out.https://youtu.be/7FNWBBrRIAc

Thank you. I had to ask my dealer, that's was what he said.
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Regarding the PLAY SRT : It's new and not on their website yet. Got it last month. It is very similar to a Zion SRT but on a Ram Promaster, use gas, no solar panel and not leather seat.
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