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Old 08-04-2011, 09:15 PM   #1
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Winterize washer

Ok, know how to winterize the unit. Blow out or fill with RV anti freeze or both. But, how does one winterize the washer ? How to get the anti-freeze into the pump,drooping hoses and trap ?

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Use procedure "B" from that webpage or you will not winterize the water lines into the washer. The instructions left out an important step. Turn off the washer every time before manually moving the dial to a different cycle. Moving the dial by hand when the washer is on may result in purchasing a new PC control board. I can't speak about the new digital controls.
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