LOL, i Know this early but thought id be prepared, are these things hard to winterize? any tips to keeping the critters out? Getting the antifreeze into the correct spots? my old camper we just hooked up tot he city water supply and pumped in glycol, this one seems more complicated, but im guessing its actually easier.....
Easy. Bypass water heater, turn to winterized. I cut small hose and put a hose fitting on it. Set a table up with the red stuff in gallons. Stick the hose in , turn on the pump and start at the back bath and toilet and then kitchen, bathroom, outdoor shower. Drain water heater.
Scott n Cindy
2011 GMC 3500 4x4 DRW
2014 Voltage 3895 Epic3
Yeah it's a little early... 108 degrees today in West Texas!!!
I shouldn't give you any advice because what I do would not work in the Great White North... I just open all the drains for the ride home and then hit the lines with an air compressor. I do pour anti freeze down the pea traps. Same routine since 2008 on 5 different trailers with never a problem.
Mike & Helen
2014 Voltage 3895 EPIC III
2013 Ford F350 CC DRW FX4
Yeah I live where it can get below zero. With my last hauler I just drained and filled p traps no problem. With the voltage so easy to winterize and also not to worry . Forgot to mention adding antifreeze in p traps very important
2014 v3005 voltage
Dodge Ram 2500 bagged stock
Need help ?? I hooked up a line to the "winterize" inlet on the exterior control panel .. turned water pump on .. opened kitchen tap and nothing ? The pump was running but not drawing any antifreeze from the container .. would someone be able to tell me what I'm doing wrong ?