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Old 10-17-2004, 05:35 AM   #1
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winterizing HELP!!!!!!!!

Model 3670rl When you open the large storage door on the curb side there are water lines coming out of basement going to shower and lavatory. I have every thing winterized(nice and pink in all lines) except for two of the lines under the lavatory!!!! the lines going to the facets are full of anti freeze but there are two other lines that come up under the lavatory and go thru what looks like some kind of a breather valve and back to basement. since no anti freeze pumped thru them during the winterizing I don't know what they are for. I can see water standing in them in storage area. I took valve at top under lavatory off and turned pump on and still nothing!!!! Help!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 10-17-2004, 05:46 AM   #2
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Do you have washer dryer hook up, it may be the lines for that also at the factory tour they were talking about the way they had to run the water line but I did not catch all of what he was saying, maybe someone that was on the 12:00 tour could hear better, I believe Glenn may have been on that same tour, maybe he can shed some light on this subject. Roman
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Old 10-17-2004, 06:00 AM   #3
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Yes we do have the hook up but are using as closet. we did open valves in there and pumped anti freeze thru them. Im going to try air pressure next. wish me luck!! Bob
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Do you have washer dryer hook up, it may be the lines for that also at the factory tour they were talking about the way they had to run the water line but I did not catch all of what he was saying, maybe someone that was on the 12:00 tour could hear better, I believe Glenn may have been on that same tour, maybe he can shed some light on this subject. Roman
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Old 10-17-2004, 07:57 AM   #4
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That sounds like your black water tank flush. The valve is a vacuum breaker. If you can figure a way to pump antifreeze thru the outside connection that would work or you could just blow some air through them.
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Old 10-17-2004, 11:46 AM   #5
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They sell a hand-pump designed to do just that, just bought one today at the dealer, he was having his anniversary sale so all the stuff in his parts and acessory store was 10%off,think it is made by camco, cost about 10 bucks.
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