I connect the hose to city water and start at the farthest point. I'll do cold and then hot, go to the next point, cold and hot and keep doing this all the way back to the city water connection including hitting the low point drains. Then I measure out the correct amount of bleach, pour that into a bucket, add water and turn the valves to make the pump suck it into the fresh tank. Once the bucket is empty, I'll turn the valves to fill the fresh tank full. Once the tank is full start at the farthest point again and flush the cold and then hot until I smell bleach water coming out and work my way back to the pump again. At this point I will open the hot water heater and fill it with the bleach water. Let it sit for about 24 hrs, drain the fresh water tank, refill with fresh water and drain it one last time. While its draining I'll switch over to the city water connection and flush the lines and hot water tank.
My Northpoint has a Fridgidare fridge in it with water and ice in the door. I have a full flow water filter cartridge installed. I'll flush the fridge lines using the water dispenser in the door. When I have the saniti,ed bleach water in the lines I just cycle the ice maker to make ice. In the 24hr sitting period itll make a few batches of ice. And then I do the same when I have the clean fresh water in the lines. Flush the lines with the water dispenser and cycle the ice maker and let it make a few batches. I thought to cycle the icemaker you held power switch in the on position for like 15 seconds and that forces into another ice making cycle.
2017 North Point 375BHFS
2015 Silverado 3500HD Crew Dually Dmax 4x4