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Old 11-30-2013, 09:57 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by retrocar66 View Post
I have an older Airstream (67 Tradewind) with no diverter valve on the (original) hot water heater.

Does anyone know any tricks for getting antifreeze into the hot water supply lines without having to fill up the 10 gallon hot water tank? Or do I just bite the bullet and spend $50 on antifreeze, and try to reuse it for a few years.
Many people install a bypass kit. Camco Quick Turn Permanent Waterheater Bypass Kit: Sports & Outdoors

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