Originally Posted by Johnny R
Thanks for the reply Mike. Yes, it is a Leisure Travel class B. Their web page is all about the new Sprint vans. The manual just states "drain the tank" etc etc, but doesn't say how. I could pump it out, and I could flush, but wouldn't it make sense to have a drain on the tank? Again, thanks for the reply. Cheers.
Then I'd go to their (LTV) webite and do the "contact us" thing and ask the question.
I find I get excellent answers, often with pics attached, when I ask Roadtrek
Customer Service a question. They usually ask for the vehicle's VIN number to
determine my van's exact specs, and make the reply more accurate.
I agree, it makes perfect sense to have a low point drain.
Had some free time (as usual) and dropped them a line. Here's the reply.
I'm going to assume it'll make more sense to you, as I'm not sure of the
physical locations he mentions. It also appears they've been bought by
Triple E RV (LTV).
From: Don Klassen
Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 4:43 PM
To: Reception Desk
Subject: RE: Older model owners manuals/question
I am sorry to say that the oldest I have is a 1997 Owners Manual. And of that I only have my own copy for this year. The Fresh Water Tank should however have a (when underneath) a screw on cap for either a 3/8” or ½” water line. It should T off and go to a water line and should also have a plastic cap (possibly grey in color) at this location. It will be @ one end of the tank. I do not think there was a low point drain at that time on the Motor Home.
I know I did not likely get you the information you were looking for however if you need more I can research further and see what information I can find for you.
Leisure Travel Vans / Triple E RV
Apparently perfect sense wasn't invented in 1990???