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Some of those have a regular hose bib for the gray water tank. Or just no tank and a hose drain. This varies some from one OEM to another. The other "outlet" may be the fresh water connection. A photo here would help. Did you get any kind of manuals with this? They may still be available. I would go to PopUp Portal and sign up and take a look. They have a lot of older out of date materials and manuals. No cost and owner blogs that can be helpful. Hope this helps. Please get back to me if you need more as all follow ups are included in our fee.
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Sorry for the delay. I had to go out on a Service Call. The first photo shows the low point drains. Those valves should be off. They are for draining the water lines in the winter.
Suburban water heater. I can get you a manual for that. Last photo shows the cassette for the toilet. You have to empty that when full.
See the attached link for that manual. http://bryantrv.com/docs2/docs/subsw.pdf
Lower one is a gray water drain. Higher one is a vent it appears.
One by the water heater is the fresh water connection.
The top one is for adding water into the fresh water holding tank. The bottom one is for using city water and no tank or pump.
Have the LP pressure adjusted at least once a year and winterize properly with RV antifreeze and not just draining it. And you are most welcome!
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