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Old 07-13-2011, 11:18 AM   #1
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winterized unit

There is a sticker on my front door of the tt that says this unit has been winterized. What does that mean? What do they do to winterize the tt?

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Generally it means that the water system and holding tanks have been drained and antifreeze has been added to protect any areas that handle water and do not freeze during the winter.
The system then needs to be flushed and prepped for summer use.


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Also, the hose to the hot water tank will have been closed (shut off valve) so no antifreeze got in there. That will have to be opened & the tank filled for use. Do not turn on the hot water heater without water in it.

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