Ok. Haven't got to use the camper yet, but been spending a lot of time going over it and familiarizing myself with it. Is it just me, or does the location of the water filter make it totally useless. It sits so high in the cubby hole that you can't reach the top of it. I'm afraid to put a strap wrench on it because the mount is so flimsy, I'm concerned I will break it from its bracket. I have to remove it to drain the antifreeze, but I'm at a lost as how to proceed. Thinking it would be best to relocate it, but not sure if there is any other place it would fit. Anybody with a 2016 Pinnacle have any suggestions.
Also, I've noticed the owners manual that came with the unit, and the one on Jayco's website have several contradictions that I've come across. Mine says to pump antifreeze through the residential fridge. The online manual says DO NOT use antifreeze, use air. Also, my manual says always use an anode rod in the water heater. Atwoods site says this will void the warranty. There's a couple other examples also. I've had several of the major brands of RV's, and I know they all have issues. But, its just hard to believe someone from the company is not reading these owners manuals before they are printed. Sorry for the rant.