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Old 10-27-2014, 06:57 AM   #1
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Bought this model last year and dealership winterized it for us. (They wouldn't let me watch the process so because of that, I'm having nothing more to do with them) but this year we are doing it ourselves. It has a siphon hose attached to the water pump already. Is there anything I should know peculiar to this model. I have no owners manual to help me with that. Watched lots of videos on the process. Just didn't want to miss anything important. It also has outside shower.
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Old 10-27-2014, 07:41 AM   #2
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If you have watched the videos, and understand them, then I think you have the process down. Just make sure you have all the valves in the winterizing position. Get the pink stuff flowing from everything that you get water from when your using your trailer in the summer.
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Old 10-27-2014, 08:24 AM   #3
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don't foget to "burp" the city cater intake. Take screen washer out and you will see a white check valve that you push in and pink will eventually come out.
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don't foget to "burp" the city cater intake. Take screen washer out and you will see a white check valve that you push in and pink will eventually come out.
Hmmm, First I heard this. Does low point drain not take care of this?
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not unless you hold in the check valve and hope it drains . A simple push of the valve after most pressure is off and you know pink replaces water.
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not unless you hold in the check valve and hope it drains . A simple push of the valve after most pressure is off and you know pink replaces water.
Ok...piece of advice. Don't stand in front of valve when you push it. I removed the screen and then pushed the valve in. I got shot in the chest and arm with the pink stuff!
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