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Old 09-23-2013, 06:17 PM   #1
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Winterizing question - Jay Series Sport 10

Anyone have a process in place to winterize your pup. I don't have a grey water tank or an outside shower. Basically just a 10 gallon fresh water tank.

Last year I blew the o-ring out of the city water connection after pumping in anti-freeze and depressing the insert on the city water connection. Obviously, it wasn't the proper way to do it.

Anyways, just looking for some advice on how to properly winterize.

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Old 09-23-2013, 07:09 PM   #2
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Run the pump until FW tank is empty.
Pour anti-freeze down the trap
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Empty FW tank, blow out lines, dump anti-freeze in trap

Not too much to winterize.

May also look on youtube for video

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Every now and then DougToms comes up with a correct answer and this is one of those times. Sometimes he will even send me pictures cause he thinks I cant read.
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Thanks Locky,
Just trying to be helpful lol

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Does anyone know where the hot water tank bypass is on late model 1007? Is it by the water pump, I only see 2 valves and instruction manual says there should be three?

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