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Old 09-29-2015, 10:43 AM   #1
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Winterizing 2013 Zinger ZT25RB14 (ZT-250-RB)

Hi Folks-

I did my first winterize of my "polar pack" Zinger over the weekend and it went pretty well, but I have a question.
I flushed and drained all the tanks and put in the pink juice into the supply lines with the water pump and traps too. That all went fine.

This RV only has one "low point" drain underneath. It drains the fresh water tank, but it also appears to drain from somewhere else. The reason I say that is after completely draining the fresh water after a trip and going on a subsequent "city water" trip, there appears to be new water accumulated.

I didn't do an air blow out from the city water connection for the winterizing. I'm wondering if that line drains into the fresh tank somehow? Do I need to worry about that water line from the city water connection? Is it too late for that? The manual says nothing about this.

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Old 09-29-2015, 11:05 AM   #2
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You most likely have two low point drains, one for the hot and one for cold. I was also stumped when trying to locate these drains, but they were found eventually, albeit a little hidden. I would suggest you look in the rear of the camper, outside the frame rail.
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Old 10-01-2015, 08:59 AM   #3
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Thanks folks

I was finally able to locate those pesky low point drains.
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