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Old 11-06-2010, 10:33 AM   #1
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Winterize..... ?

Having purchased our MH this past summer which has a residential frig' I'm just wondering how everyone winterizes it. Our "conventional RV" frig was easy as I could get to the back and disconnect the lines and run antifreeze thru them.
Any suggestions from the gallery as to the proper procedure??

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I doubt there is a proper procedure for winterizing a residental refrigerator.
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If you have water lines to fridge for ice maker and water dispenser you will need to run Anti through lines after draining out water. Lift up wire switch as when you make ice so Anti will flow into ice maker.
In spring use bleach to sanitize whole water system.

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