Winterizing is basically the same for all makes/models. Pull the plugs on your low point drains open faucets to allow air in to the lines and drain water. Pull anode rod out of hot water heater. Close off the water heater by turning bypass valve(s) Option 1) cap drains and blow lines out with air compressor and be done (moderate winters).
Option 2) pumped anti freeze through lines by utilizing water pump and winterizing suction line.
Option 3) do both options listed above (extreme winters)
If you have washer/dryer or ice maker it's gets a little more involved, but not bad.
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2016 Georgetown 364TS
2014 - 56
2015 - 41
2016 - 64