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Old 12-27-2020, 08:55 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Tucker74 View Post
Installed a Camco wintering kit on the water pump located under the closet, was surprising it didnít already have one. Was also surprised how much water was still in the lines after blowing them out with air a few weeks ago -
Several people in here swear by just using air, but they also recommend you disconnect the output water line from the pump and make sure the pump is empty. Since we very rarely use our FW tank about the only thing our pump has is the antifreeze from pumping it through the plumbing.

I don't have much storage room so I don't like to take a compressor with me. I find it easier to either carry a gallon of antifreeze or buy one along the way if I need to winterize before coming back home. Pumping the antifreeze into the lines is easy enough when you're on the road.

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Old 12-28-2020, 11:32 AM   #22
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Yep - will be much more proficient in wintering next year, can see how you could get it done in a few minutes while on a trip.

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