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How do i drain a mastercool of water manualy?

I need to drain the water out of the cooler,how would i go about this??

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Remove drain pipe from water pan. You can usually turn it counter clockwise. When drained, clean with fresh water and replace pipe buy placing pipe dope or teflon tape to avoid leaking.

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