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    Paw John,

    This is a 3 1/2 year old thread, so I suspect that the others have fixed their issues with the underbelly.

    With regards to your draining question, some prefer to first use air pressure at a somewhat low pressure to blow out the lines from the city water input point. That will get the water out of any places in the plumbing that may be a low spot. After clearing the faucets in that manner, I then open the low-point valves to drain the lines. As for the fresh water tank, when draining it, it is a very slow draining process and if I remember right, there is a "vent" built in at the fresh water tank fill inlet.

    When using the air pressure, I have generally kept the pressure at about 25 to 30 psi and use an adapter that threads into the city water inlet connection.

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