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Post Info TOPIC: 2017 Newmar Baystar


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2017 Newmar Baystar


Mt sister has left me her 2017 Newmar Baystar 3009 and I have a few questions if anyone can help. In the bay where the pump is there is a hose connected to winterize and add sanitizer to the fresh water tank. There are two bypass valves on the main hose. One turns off the "winterization" hose and the other I am not sure what it closes off. Is there anyone out there that might have a Baystar 3009 that can tell me what I need to open/close to winterize and also to add sanitizer to the fresh water tank? I do have pics of the set up I can send you if it will help. Thanks Mike   blankstare



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Michael  Smith


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Found this link by doing a search on google... www.manualslib.com/products/Newmar-Bay-Star-2017-6032560.html


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Thanks for your reply and link. I have the owners manual but unfortunately it just gives general instructions and does not give details on which valves to use for each of these actions.



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The only suggestion I could offer would be to either find a Baystar dealer and ask them about it.  If not a Baystar dealer, just about any RV repair tech may know or could figure out what the valves do.  Beyond that, check out some RV parks and look for a Newmar owner in the park and see if they could answer your question.

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Thanks Terry. This rig is much more complex than our previous Coachmen Class C. A beautiful coach but a lot to learn.



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Could be a HWH bypass valve...you then winterize the waterlines without having antifreeze in the HWH. You should be able to trace the water lines to confirm.

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   Thank but I have found the HW Heater bypass inside the rig.



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Michael,

It might be helpful to those here on the forums if you had a picture (or two or three) showing the valves.

Terry



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Not sure how to post photos. Would like to though.



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