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Old 06-04-2014
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Default Where do these water lines go?

So im redoing all the domestic plumbing in wanderlost and its all very straight foward except for the one hot, and one cold 3/8" OD refrigeration flex tubing(used for all of the fixture supplies exept the shower) under the bathroom sink where there are three stops one for the toilet and the other two are the mystery lines. They both have stops and go into the floor right above the tanks so i can not trace them from underneeth. Any info is greatly appreciated. TIA
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Winterization drains, added by the PO?

Call the PO if possible.
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So im redoing all the domestic plumbing in wanderlost and its all very straight foward except for the one hot, and one cold 3/8" OD refrigeration flex tubing(used for all of the fixture supplies exept the shower) under the bathroom sink where there are three stops one for the toilet and the other two are the mystery lines. They both have stops and go into the floor right above the tanks so i can not trace them from underneeth. Any info is greatly appreciated. TIA
Just a guess but they might be drain lines.
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On my coach, the cold water line originally ran to a filter behind the ice maker. Then, it ran to the bathroom sink and returned from there to the kitchen sink and icemaker. Seemed like an unnecessary run, but it is on the blue prints from the factory. There is also a system drain valve under the bathroom sink. I didn't have shutoffs on the lines returning to the kitchen, but they could have been eliminated over the years. Chap
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On my 80 FC 31 there are stops in the lower cabinet under the bath sink that are system drains on both hot and cold water lines. They run out onto the top of the waste tanks and then off on the ground.
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After I posted this I looked and found a picture of my drain valves. A little different than what your pics show but I think they are basically the same thing.
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On my 78BB they are drain lines. The 3rd I replaced it going to the toilet.
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