Originally Posted by oldtool2
It does not take up much room, just cut the line and add a valve and a couple feet of hose. I used an old water hose so I can suck water from a 5 gallon jug when "dry" camping and may need an emergency supply of water. If you are only going to use it to winterize then a short piece of any hose will do.
To winterize I stick the hose in an antifreeze jug, turn on the pump and open my faucets till they run pink. I had two shut off valves added to my outside shower. sometimes I just do that to the shower then shut those valves off. This winterizes the shower but I can still use everything else till I decide to do the whole trailer.
You could blow air thru this line if that is what you prefer.
I will look again,,, not much room to work in that compartment !!!
I know I am little crazy about winterizing,,, I blow every thing out,,, and still add anti freeze !!! To me it is worth 2 or 3 gallons to be sure every thing is protected !!!