Anyone else have an Adria Coral 680SL?

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  1. houdini

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    We have a 2005 model - just wondered if anyone else has the same? :xgrin:
     
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    Yep.great van,fantastic quality compared to other makes.ours is a 07 model with the 3.0 engine and pulls anything off your sister.
     
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    not got a 680 SL but got a Euro 5 670 SLT and its great:xThumb:
     
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  4. houdini

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    . :xeek: :xrofl: :xrofl: :xrofl:

    Only had ours since September, very pleased with the layout etc. but still don't know how some of it works! Have had a couple of interesting moments! :xrofl:

    Just drained the freshwater tank but still seem to have about an inch of water left, any ideas how to get this out without contaminating the tank? Don't want it to freeze up!
     
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    Think I found your model on youtube - looks very smart! :clap2:
     
  6. Phill D

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    it is a nice model ours is a 2012... the water tank on ours is under the dinnet seat, remove the cushions and unscrew the big black plug, stick your hand in and there is a T lever in the bottom, lift it and pull it out of its hole. job done. i open all taps and let them drain back then i shut em all off and one at a time from each tap open ( put mouth over the spout and blow) blow out residue. the taps have a ceramic piece in the body and droplets of water get stuck and freeze and bust the mechanism ( yep happened to me first winter ). also i drain the pump bowl ( under the sink on the floor ). oH and the heater.
     
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    We have the Matrix 680sp and very pleased with it, althought we are toying with changing it.
     
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    Thanks Phill D - I know there is a red pipe at the tank bottom with a bit of black plastic perhaps that's it. Don't want to do any damage! Will check it out, thanks for the help.
     
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    We've got the A class vision 647 but the water tank is in the same place by the sound of it.
     
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    Hi picked up our new Adria coral 670 sl plus in September. First motorhome after caravaning for 20 years. Was most impressed with the quality after we seen one parked next to us at killin caravan site in May and the lovely people gave us a tour around there van. Two weeks later and a deep breath and a converted caravanner. No regrets. Superb van:xThumb:
     
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    Ours is the Coral 660SP & we love it. Fresh water is easy to drain, as said, White plastic handle in tank.
    I found the 6E boiler quite tricky to drain, every time I think it must be empty, turn the pump on & can hear air bubbling through the water still in the boiler.
     
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