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Old 10-19-2010, 04:11 PM   #1
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I would like to winterize but can't seem to locate the water pump to push the anti freeze in. - Thanks

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Originally Posted by Ruth Ann View Post
I would like to winterize but can't seem to locate the water pump to push the anti freeze in. - Thanks
It might be under the bed but I expect you would have heard that.

Really just turn the pump on and flow water and follow the noise.

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Your water pump may not have a separate intake for winterizing. It's a feature offered on some brands but not on others. If you don't have the special pump intake & valve for winterizing, you can have one added, or you can simply add the antifreeze to the fresh water tank and turn the pump on as usual.

Be sure to use RV potable water antifreeze, aka "pink stuff".
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Old 10-20-2010, 10:22 AM   #4
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Ruth Ann:

I have an 02 Georgetown 32 and I can't find the drain for the potable water tank.

Unlike our previous rig, the Georgetown has a hose connector for filling the potable tank rather than a gravity fill. I was planning to leave the tank empty and put the "pink stuff" into all the drains and into the water supply lines by pumping it though the "city water" connection with a hand pump until it comes out of all the faucets. I already drained the water heater and set the bypass valve to close it off.
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The pump is just above the propane tank & has the kit for winterizing already installed. Took 5 minutes once pump was found.
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