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Old 03-03-2007, 06:14 AM   #1
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On my 07 Camelot there is a water filter in the service bay. Next to the filter is a little clear plastic hose. Does anyone else know what it is for?

Will when I had to replace my bay heater, I had to remove the access cover to the rear of the service bay in the rear storage compartment. Just a wood panel with a couple of screws and you have access to the water pump, heater and other things in there. That little clear hose goes to the water pump. It is for your winterization. There are two valves on the water pump, a normally open one that draws off the main water tank and a normally closed one that is used for winterization. You just reverse the valves, put the clear hose in the antifreeze bottle and begin the winterization process. I didn't see anything about this setup in the manual and would not have known unless my bay heater went out.

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On my 07 Camelot there is a water filter in the service bay. Next to the filter is a little clear plastic hose. Does anyone else know what it is for?

Will when I had to replace my bay heater, I had to remove the access cover to the rear of the service bay in the rear storage compartment. Just a wood panel with a couple of screws and you have access to the water pump, heater and other things in there. That little clear hose goes to the water pump. It is for your winterization. There are two valves on the water pump, a normally open one that draws off the main water tank and a normally closed one that is used for winterization. You just reverse the valves, put the clear hose in the antifreeze bottle and begin the winterization process. I didn't see anything about this setup in the manual and would not have known unless my bay heater went out.

And now you know.......

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