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Old 09-01-2016, 07:28 PM   #1
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Winterizing the Splendide 2100

New to having a washer. Love it. Looking on how to winterize the Splendide 2100.

I am in western Oregon so the temps don't drop that low except for a few days sometime. I watch the forecast and if we aren't going to be out I use the compressed air method.

The manual tells how to go about it with the pink stuff rather not go that route if I don't need to. There must be a method to get the valves open to blow the lines out. Thanks

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You can blow out the lines going to the washer, but you can't blow out the pump. If you don't want to pour the pink in the drum & run it through a drain cycle, you can take your chances, but I wouldn't advise it.


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