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Old 09-18-2018, 01:28 AM   #12
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Brand: Keystone
Model: Cougar 304BHS
State: South Carolina
Posts: 15
THOR #13115
Originally Posted by JamieGeek View Post
The two hoses are the low-point drains.

On the inside of the coach look for a panel or drawer that you can remove that is in the same spot as the water heater is on the outside. On our Cougar the water heater was below the stove. There was a panel with two screws that I could remove to get to the winterizing valves there.

Likewise with the drain: Find where your freshwater tank is and look underneath it or near it. Since the unit is older it is possible that a previous owner did something with the drain as well.
Ok, call me blind AND stupid... found the access panel. If it was a hand grenade, I wouldn't be typing right now. LOL. So, here's what I found. There's a valve on the lower pipe (cold) to the left in the pics. The valve is in-line with that pipe. Sorry for the poor lighting... the overhead lights weren't helping, and I had a small flashlight I was trying to hold correctly while operating the camera phone.
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