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Old 12-14-2008, 04:45 PM   #1
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Went to winterize for the first time today and ran into an issue where the directions in the handbook didn't seem to fit my rig. The book shows valves A, B & C. All I could find was one valve with a yellow handle on the line coming out of the top of the tank. What am I missing here? My rig is a 33" RSO. Thanks......
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You should have at least one other line. There has to be a cold water inlet and the hot water outlet.

It is the cold water inlet where the bypass valves are located (if a bypass has been installed). Maybe because of space constraints your bypass is not installed right next to the water heater. Try tracing it back a ways.

It may be a little impractical but maybe the bypass is in the basement, close to the pump.
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