Elddis Autostratus EK 1996 fresh water problem.

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  1. Happycampers1

    Happycampers1 Read Only Funster

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    My wife and I have just bought our first motor home, an Elddis Autostratus EK based on a Peugeot chassis. So far we are very impressed and, wishing to do everything right, filled the fresh water tank and put sterilising chemicals in. Now we cant find how to empty it so we can put fresh water in. Any suggestions please?
     
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    Hi
    Could be a plug in the tank, I have had two Bessies like that. Pete
     
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    Our LMC has plug in tank-remove 5" screw thread cover in top of tank,remove shirt,remove wrist watch,kneel by tank and reach as far as possible to hook finger in ring and pull out bung :BigGrin:

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    Thanks. I've crawled all over and under the tank and can't find any bung,screw,ring or hole for that matter. There just seems to be the inlet pipe and the outlet pipe to the pump. I've emptied it by opening the tap in the shower. That works!:Smile:
     
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    I have a 1999 Autostratus, and on mine there is blue tap on the side of the fresh water tank to empty it out. It's located the opposite end to the water pump outlet
     
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