Water heater winnebago Brave

Discussion in 'General RVing' started by mikel, Sep 26, 2002.

  1. mikel

    mikel New Member

    I am a proud owner of a `97 Winnebago Brave 25" (this size is very big for Europe) and now the first Winter is coming, so i was looking for a valve to get the water out of the water heater, but I can not find one. Can anybody tell me how do I get my water out so it can not freeze. My old RV had one of those valve so I guess the Brave has one as well, or am I wrong??? :question: :question: :question:
     
  2. rv wizard

    rv wizard New Member

    Water heater winnebago Brave

    It may not have a by pass vavle installed but you can use air pressure to blow the water out of the tank and lines. Simply hook up an air supply to the input for water and open all valves untill no more water.
     
  3. fjohn56

    fjohn56 New Member

    Water heater winnebago Brave

    Or find out if it has a drain plug at the bottom somewhere; not guareenteeing(sp)there IS one, but won't hurt to check.What rv wizard suggested will work, too.
     
  4. C Nash

    C Nash Senior Member

    Water heater winnebago Brave

    Mike, there should be a screw in plug in the bottom of the tank below the burner for draining. Think it is about a 15/16 and most take a socket with an extension and pull handle (1/2"drive) to remove.
     
  5. mikel

    mikel New Member

    Water heater winnebago Brave

    Thank you very much, those answers helped me a lot, thank´s again!
    Mikel
     

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