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Old 10-09-2014, 05:02 PM   #11
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Yes, I drained the heater. I only used 3/4 gals of Anti freeze to get all faucets and toilet to run pink. So I think, I didn't start filling the water heater.
I'll be back down to the storage unit soon, and will try to remember to take my camera. I'll post when Jayco responds. Thanks again Jim
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Old 10-14-2014, 05:50 PM   #12
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Winterizing

I heard from Jayco. They sent me a copy of page from the owners manual'

I am going back and search, and see if I can find, what NBHybrid posted,

He has me concerned, that I have not completed the winterizing properly.
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Old 10-15-2014, 10:11 AM   #13
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I WAS WRONG AGAIN !!!!!!!!!
A very special thanks to nbHybrid for being so nice, in telling me I as wrong.(:-)
I went back today, searching for an access to the rear of the W/H. I finally found it in the bathroom closet. nbhybrid kept pushing for me to look for any panel, and I was blowing him off. This not my first camper, and I knew what he was saying, but I wasn't listening. Going back down this P.M. to do it right.
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Hey Jim and NB, nice to see some co-operation on both sides.

My first winterization on the 22'6" Jayfeather was a gong show of epic proportions! Before I found this site I did it wrong - 4 different ways in a row.
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Hey Dave: Thanks for the Kudo, Do you have 2 small water line valves under the Bath sink? If so what are they for? Thanks Jim
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Hey Dave: Thanks for the Kudo, Do you have 2 small water line valves under the Bath sink? If so what are they for? Thanks Jim
those sound like your low point valves. Do they have a "T" handle?

open up all your taps, sink,tub,bath sink,outside shower and then pullup on these handles to drain your lines
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I'll have to check - ours is in storage for another couple of weeks.
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Yes, they have a very small T handle.And two lines going into the floor.
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Yes, they have a very small T handle.And two lines going into the floor.
definitely your low point drains
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Thanks so much. I am going to redo everything this weekend. Antifreeze is cheap.
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