14. January 2011 20:37
Even though you may have snow in the driveway it is still time to think spring and RV trips!! here is an interesting article on the life style.\
9. December 2010 21:57
If using the compressed air method, a special adapter should be purchased to allow compressed air to be delivered through the city water fill. These adapters are available at most RV supply stores.
1) Purchase 2 gallons of RV non-toxic anti-freeze.
2) Drain the fresh water tank and empty the waste water holding tanks
3) Turn water heater by-pass valve to by-pass position. (The by pass valve is located near the water heater incoming lines – The rear of the water heater is usually accessible behind a cabinet door but you may have to remove an access panel depending upon the design of your RV.
4) Drain water heater
5)If installed, remove water filter from assembly and discard. Install diverter if included.
6) Open all faucets, including shower head sprayer, toilet flushing device and any other water lines that are closed.
7) Turn on the water pump for 30 seconds to clear out any water in the lines.
8) Connect an air hose with an adapter to the city water fill connection.
9)Set the pressure no greater than 30 pounds and blow out the water lines until no water can be seen coming out of the fixtures and lines.
10)Pour RV anti-freeze into drains, p-traps, toilet, and tanks.
This is a quick and easily reversible winterizing system for those of you who might want to use the camper in the off season. Happy Trails to all.. I hope you find this helpful!