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Old 10-04-2014, 07:57 AM   #1
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winterizing are 2015 35 e ?

are old class c had it down. now new class a this is what i think i should do any info would be great
1 drain fresh water tank
2 turn hot water by pass
3 open all faucet
4 theres a cold & hot low point drain in dump compartment open them
5 drain hot water tank
6 unhook washmachine hoses and take out lent filter and close hot & cold valves
7 don't know if i should close faucet put air compresser to 30 psi and blow and open all faucets one by one and lift tolet pedle and turn by pass.
8 turn hot water by pass back to bypass than hook hose to water pump and run rv antifreeze open faucets one by one & lift tolit pedal on are vac flush,outside shower turn by pass just to get a little in the line.
9 pour rv antizefreeze in all drains even the drain on washmachine. thanks

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Old 10-04-2014, 10:07 AM   #2
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Looks like you pretty well have it covered, (I am not experienced with washing machines). Don't forget to remove freezable items from inside the coach, liquid soaps, certain groceries etc.

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Old 10-08-2014, 06:07 AM   #3
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I haven't done this before, but I've been reading all the winterizing threads I can find. I believe the general consensus is to pump antifreeze into the RV using the water pump then open each faucet to allow antifreeze to get into all the lines. That will also allow a little to run down each drain. My local service center also suggested barely opening the hot water bypass valve to make sure antifreeze ends up in the line between the hot water tank and the bypass valve. Then close the valve so you don't waste antifreeze in the HW tank. It's a small amount of hose but an ounce of prevention goes along way

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