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Old 10-18-2011, 09:45 AM   #11
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For the city water inlet - my Greyhawk has a pair of "switches" that reroute water/antifreeze/sanitizer in a couple of different ways - all outlined in the manual. One of the positions does connect the City water inlet to the pump and then directly into the lines (not through the fresh water tank). This configuration allows me to pump antifreeze out of a jug and into the water system of the coach - really cool idea. And since the antifreeze is entering via the City water connection, I don't have any water left in that area. I haven't had any issues with water in the Hot Water Heater bypass - maybe I have been lucky. And of course we all have to address the battery issue....

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Old 10-18-2011, 11:15 AM   #12
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The other thing I did with mine was hook an air compressor to the city water connector and blow the lines out before doing the antifreeze step.

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