Coachmen Pursuit 27XPS drain valves

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strugglebus

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Perkasie PA & Davenport FL
Completely baffled by the placement of drain valves in the MH. It’s like Coachmen just said “F them, let them figure it out.”
After 30 minutes searching under the chassis I figured I’d check where they put the outlet drain stickers inside the coach.
You can’t see the valves behind the bathroom sink panel unless you contort your body and manage to get your eyes and a flashlight behind the panel blocking the view of the pipes. Way down(about 2 feet from the top of the panel) there are 2 valves below all the wiring running back there. Still haven’t found the one in the bedroom but my guess is that it is under the screwed on panel for the bottom half of the bed that has no hinge.
Why the hell would they make it so difficult to find and get to those valves? Some PVC valves under the coach would be so much easier and more user friendly. Once again baffled by the poor design.
At least I became much more familiar with the bottom(chassis) of the coach.
 

jackiemac

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Scotland
Hi, can't help with question knowledgeably but a guess might be to protect them. Seems daft though.
 
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