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Old 08-31-2019, 09:11 PM   #1
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I have a 2004 R Vision TrailCruiser. There are 2 hoses coming out the bottom, just ahead of the wheels, by the door. One is red, and the other one is blue. Would these be used to pump antifreeze into the system? Or are they just drain hoses. Nothing in the book about them. Any info would really be appreciated.
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Hot ( red ) , blue ( cold ) water low point drains , valves should be directly above.

RV anti-freeze would be introduced to the 12 volt water pump from a container using a hose attached to the pump inlet , then into a jug ( or two ) of RV A/F.

AFTER isolating the water heater with the by-pass valves and draining it using it's drain plug.
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