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Old 11-12-2016, 07:06 PM   #11
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I have the same rig and what you describe sounds like the washer hot/cold lines. On mine there are some inline valves in the overhead of the storage compartment and also 2 low point valves behind a removable panel on the right of the storage door.

I don't know why so many valves. I don't have a washer so mine are never used.

I shut the supply off using the overhead valves, but always make sure the low points are opened if I winterize just for good measure.
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Old 11-13-2016, 01:03 PM   #12
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I have the same rig and what you describe sounds like the washer hot/cold lines. On mine there are some inline valves in the overhead of the storage compartment and also 2 low point valves behind a removable panel on the right of the storage door.

I don't know why so many valves. I don't have a washer so mine are never used.

I shut the supply off using the overhead valves, but always make sure the low points are opened if I winterize just for good measure.

Thanks. I moved some stuff and found an access panel (about 8"x8") in the front wall of the basement. I removed that one (2 screws) and found two more valves. I opened those valves and the two valves in the ceiling of the basement. That released some water from all 5 low point drain tubes. I'll leave all 7 valves open for the winter.

I poured some anti-freeze into both sinks, the shower, and the toilet.

I don't see any need to bother with pumping any anti-freeze into my fresh water lines. It doesn't get that cold here, and at this point, there should be very little, if any, water in those lines.

I think I'm good to go for the winter.
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