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Old 04-06-2007, 08:04 AM   #29
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I like that better than blowing air into the system.

I feel more comfortable with doing that than blowing air into a system.

I will go outside and try to find all the items you suggested on my AS.

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Old 04-06-2007, 10:39 AM   #30
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It takes a lot of air flow to really dry out the water lines and your typical 12 volt pump only does a passable job. My dealer uses high pressure and he will guarantee that your lines are dry. For myself, I blow them out and then inject RV anti-freeze through the water pump. That's they only way to make sure you've displaced any lingering drops of water.

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Took about three hours and un-did it about a month later. Don't put any in your water tank. It takes awhile to get he taste out. The inlet to your water pump has a screw on fitting a garden hose is supposed to fit.
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