"Hi Russell, Thank you for approving me! Also thank you for guiding me to the water tank location! Unfortunately after I began to fill it, I went inside the 5th wheel to make sure everything was ok, well, it wasn't.. I started seeing water…"
"Hi Antionette, welcome to the group. From what I can see from pictures of your 5er, the fresh water fill is about halfway back on the left side. It is the small square door. The tank itself will be very close to that location."
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KIT MONTEREY 238 5TH WHEEL 25'
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Hi everyone! I just bought a 1990 KIT MONTEREY MODEL 238 25 FOOT 5TH WHEEL.. I CAN'T SEEM TO FIND AN OWNER MANUAL ONLINE ANYWHERE! AS THIS IS MY 1ST 5TH WHEEL, I NEED TO KNOW WHERE THE CLEAN WATER TANK IS LOCATED AND HOW TO FILL IT?? ANYBODY KNOW ANYTHING ABOUT THIS MODEL??
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Hi Antionette, welcome to the group. From what I can see from pictures of your 5er, the fresh water fill is about halfway back on the left side. It is the small square door. The tank itself will be very close to that location.
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