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Old 09-14-2012, 09:06 AM   #1
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City and black water flush winterization ?

I purchased a New Coachman Freedom Xpress this year that has a black water flush system that I never had before in my previous trailer. How do I winterize the black flush system and also the city water inlet.

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Old 09-14-2012, 08:39 PM   #2
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How did you plan on winterizing the unit in the winter
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I used a small air compressor and an adapter purchased at Camping World to blow out the black tank sprayer. It worked fine.
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I planned on using RV antifreeze
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The black flush you can blow some air in it and that should get any water out it's only one line right to the tank. Then put the pink in the unit after that bleed pressure down by opening a cold tap remove the screen off the CW fill inside you will see a plunger push the center in gently you should see fluid coming out if you do this under pressure it will blow the O-ring off and it will leak, don't forget to drain HWH and by-pass it
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Thanks for the info Mark. I appreciate it
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