Horsekrazie
Hi! I have a 2015 155XL retro that I bought last fall. I had a lift kit installed this spring and had it dewinterized by the dealer. I am missing my low point drain plug! All I have is the hose coming down. No cap, no valve... am I missing something? What is it supposed to look like? Went camping last week and couldn’t fill the freshwater tank! TIA!
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TravelerGuy
Hi Horsekrazie!
Sounds exactly like my story.  Got a new 177SE in late 2018, camped with hookups about 6 times in 2019, no problems, and first time I boondocked, I couldn't fill the freshwater tank.  My first clue was the big puddle flowing out under the unit.  The dealer had winterized it when we bought it, and _maybe_ I remember being told that the drain plug is in this little ziplock bag somewhere.  And I remember way back then, thinking "I better buy a spare of those", so I did.  When the puddle happened it all sort of came back to me.  Just had to find the bag and screw one of them into the fitting.  Easy to do with one or two pairs of pliers.  Go to any hardware store and buy one and a couple of spares.  Keep 'em in the TT.  If you don't have a fitting, you should get one and hose clamp it on to the drain hose.
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Horsekrazie
Thanks!! The fitting isn’t there either, just hose! I’ll be heading to Home Depot today! 
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Tiki2some
You're not alone. We picked up our trailer after de-winterizing at a dealer. Last weekend - first time out this season - spotted a white plastic plug lying in the hot water heater recess behind the exterior door. Wondered what it was? Oh: the fresh water tank drain plug the tech forgot to re-affix. Fortunately got in in place before we spent untold time trying to fill tank that was draining as we filled it!
~ Linda & Bill
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Horsekrazie
Mine is just the hose coming down! Nothing to even screw the hose in to! How did they even dewinterize? All 3 techs at the RV dealer said there is a valve inside. Working on it! Going to install a valve so no plugs to lose! 
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Tiki2some
Hum. A valve might be an improvement, actually. On our 195, the plug is about 2 ft. underneath the trailer ... really awkward to thread and screw/unscrew. Difficult one-handed, or requires getting on knees and twisting under to see what you're doing. 
Anyone add an extension to their Retro's fresh water drain?
~ Linda & Bill
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Dukeydrea
20200607_123602.jpg ours does not have a plug but a valve may6this a option? (We bought it this way)
Andrea
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Horsekrazie
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Horsekrazie
So this is what I did! 1/4 turn valve! Works amazingly!!! 
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Tiki2some
@Horsekrazie - sweet! Wanna get us one of those. Did you get at local store, or online?
~ Linda & Bill
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Horsekrazie
I got it at Menards, small hose clamp and for a few bucks, you’re done! Not sure where you’re located, I think Menards is a northern Midwest chain, but I’m sure you could find something similar at Home Depot or Lowe’s?
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sunvalleyjoe
Home depot has a shut off valve for shower they also work  $3.95. just remove plug and screw it in. GBA!!SVJ
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