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Old 09-11-2023, 09:31 AM   #1
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Winterizing A White Hawk 27 DSRB

A relative of mine recently purchased a 2012 or 2013 White Hawk Ultra Lite 27 DSRB.
The seasonal campground she is at closes at the end of this month and I will be doing the winterizing for her. I'm familiar with winterizing just not with this model so just trying to find a bit of info before I head out there to do this in a couple of weeks.

So I'm wondering about the location of the water pump and if it has a three way valve for drawing antifreeze into the system?

Also wondering if this model has a water heater bypass and if it's fairly easy to access.

If any has the info for this model it would be greatly appreciated, It's a 3 to 4 hour round trip to her seasonal so just trying to be prepared before I go.
Thanks all!
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Old 09-11-2023, 10:05 AM   #2
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all of that should be under the kitchen is in my 2017 WH. The only diff may be that you have a two valve bypass and not a three, but that's easy to figure with the google image search. dont' forget to drain the HW tank. I open everything up at the sinks, outdoor shower, under trailer drain valves etc. and use light air pressure from a portable compressor using a homemade connector to the city water hookup.....clears all quickly and well. Your trailer may or may not have the black tank rinse connection with it's own hose connection....if it does, there's a check valve in its circuit made of plastic...I don't recommend air pressure for that, but DO pour a quart of antifreeze into through the hose connection (remove the cone mesh filter and use a funnel). one cup of antifreeze into every P trap. if you're a suspenders and belt person, the the intake hose at the pump will let you put as much antifreeze into the cleared out water lines as you want.
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Old 09-11-2023, 12:34 PM   #3
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Thanks "muckinfuss"

I'm pretty familiar with winterizing as I've been doing it for many years on my own rigs, I was just wondering about specifics for this particular model # as I an not familiar with it at all.

Thanks again
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