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    Re: Help with rear access

    I think I'm good to go. I opened the drain vale under the slide. Amazingly it looks just like the one pictured in the owner manual. I disconnected the tubing under the sink and told the wife to watch the drain valve. She said about 4 tablespoons of water came out.
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    Re: Help with rear access

    Not that it will do you much good this time, but if you are not winterizing for the season, you could do what I did and run a heat tape (I bought mine at Lowes) along the tubing that is exposed. On my 3875 FB Bighorn it was under the large slide for the kitchen. I first covered the 1/4" tubing with automotive cable sheath, the black corrugated plastic stuff. I then ran the 6 foot of heat tape along the sheath and then wrapped it all with plumbers pipe insulation.

    It does required you to plug into 110v AC power, but for short term it's much easier than blowing out the lines in my opinion. Has,worked well for me for the last couple of years. FWIW.

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