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Old 09-27-2014, 05:51 PM   #1
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Winterize 2005 Triple E Commander motorhome

have tried to winterize my 2005 triple e by following book instructions, but antifreeze will not pump into lines, pump is turned on, antifreeze pick up switch in position, but will not suck up anti freeze, am I missing a step. need to winterize ASAP

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If the system has a switch for A/F pick up ( as opposed to a valve ) then 12v power is involved, check all your fuses; if fuses are OK then possible, A/F solenoid valve failure is the cause , trace the A/F pick up tube and you'll find it . Will be on the tank side of the 12v water pump, usually close by.
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Should be two valves. Turn OFF from on board water tank, ON FROM antifreeze supply, then pump on.

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Old 09-28-2014, 10:28 AM   #4
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Make sure that you have turned on the bypass and turned off the inputs to the water tank or you will spend all day filling it.
For a proper answer call Brad at Triple E.
I forgot how I did my 2003, but it was quite easy.
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