We've put off winterizing in the hopes that we'd get another trip in and the misconception that we know what we're doing. We've decided that we aren't going to get another trip in AND that we DO NOT know what we're doing!
Water tank is drained, hot water is drained, faucets opened and pump run till no water comes out and pump drained according to DH. I say we've got to put antifreeze in the lines just like we did last year with the other MH. I've read through the various threads which makes it sound easy and I'm sure it is once you've done it!
Our confusion comes with how to get the antifreeze into the system. We've got those silly portholes to look through to see the hoses & valves. A couple of pics:
There are 2 valves. One open & one closed. I'm guessing the open one is for the fresh water tank & the closed one is for antifreeze.
Here is the open valve and part of the pump on the left.
I'm afraid to really pull on the hose that has the closed valve on it since I don't know if it leads somewhere or if it's just an open hose that can be pulled out for the antifreeze. We called the dealer and they're clueless too but suggested just taking off the inlet hose & attaching a garden hose to it.
Can anyone advise??