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Old 09-25-2018, 05:26 PM   #11
sourdough
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Hi. I have the same trailer. Did you happen to find out where the antifreeze gets poured in? I have freinds with different trailers and theirs are under the kitchen sink. I have not found a port yet on ours to pour it in.

There is no "port" to pour antifreeze in. You use your water pump. Turn it on, listen for the "brrrrrrrrrrrrr" and behind "that panel", "hump" etc. will be the pump. It will have an intake side to the fresh water tank and the pressure side going to the faucets. IF you are lucky it has an inline valve that has a clear hose coiled up that goes into the antifreeze jug. If not, you can buy the bypass kit at RV stores and some Walmarts. If it does, turn the valve, stick the hose in the antifreeze and turn on the pump until you pump pink from the faucets...starting at the furthest faucet; don't forget the outside shower if so equipped. If it doesn't have the valve, disconnect the intake hose, install the new intake valve and antifreeze hose, reconnect the fresh water intake hose, turn the valve to the antifreeze hose and proceed as above. I no longer use the pink stuff since we winter in FL in the trailer. I would advise blowing the lines out first with a compressor. Don't forget to drain the fresh water tank and add antifreeze to the p traps, toilet and holding tanks. JMO
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