Help with 322fks winterization
Hello everyone, I am re-posting this question since I called Jayco and they told me "there are no other valves etc inline to these drains according to their schematic". I have more faith here with actual owners. I guess what I really need to know is: if I got no water out of the "low point drains" by the entry door and have antifreeze at all the interior/exterior water sources am I OK? The girl at Jayco implied the antifreeze should have also come out of the drains, but I did not get any water or antifreeze. I pushed a small wire into the valve just in case of a blockage and it is not blocked, but would just feel better if I knew 100% that the unit is winterized correctly. She said "the worst thing that can happen is those lines would need to be replaced". I have enough to do already! Sorry about the repetition, but this is the first time for me and the trailer is 2.5 hrs away!
Hello Everyone, I just winterized our new 322fks for the first time and have a quick question. There were 2 places marked as low point drains. 1 back by the bed slideout and 2 - together by the entry door. I had quite a bit of water from the one in the back, but nothing came out of the 2 by the entry door. The trailer was on a seasonal site and was pretty much level. Is this normal? I filled the system with anti-freeze working from front to back and hot to cold as they stated in the demo. Just wanted to make sure everything is done the way it should be.
Thanks in advance!
Jack & Patty