1969 30' holiday rambler travel trailer

We just got our first travel trailer and have a few problems we hope some one can help us with. where is the water holding tank and water hookups located ? we can't fiqure it out.also is there some place to get a manuel for this old of a trailer? if someone could help us we would be very thankful. :)

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Comment by tina w on July 26, 2010 at 3:20am
Thank you pat we will look for all of this..
Comment by Pat Daly on July 24, 2010 at 1:31pm
usually the water hook up is on the left hand side of the trailer as you face forward behind a small 4X4 inch or so door about waist level on the outside of the trailer. The waste water "grey" holding tank is usually slightly behind the axle with the smaller black water tank behind that. Both have a 3 or 4 inch plastic line leading out of each tank to one central larger plastic pipe that you use for dumping the water. This is normally visible on the left rear under the trailer.

Unless.... someone has "modified" the trailer in years gone past.

Looking under the trailer from the waste valve and plastic dump pipe and tracing back to each tank.

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