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Old 10-16-2015, 02:11 PM   #1
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Antifreeze Inlet sticker

Before I begin the winterizing our Windjammer 2618W I want to make sure I locate all the parts and pieces before I begin the process.
I started by reading the Antifreeze Input sticker on the rear to the TT (pic#1) and it stated to 1st close valve to tank, 2nd to open the valve to the inlet....
Upon opening the water pump/filter compartment I could only locate one valve (pic#2)
I assume by turning the valve handle to the up position this is "opening the valve to the [antifreeze] inlet (pic#3).

Two questions: 1st, Am I correct in this assumption 2nd where is the valve I am supposed to close to the tank?

Yes, I have read the manuals (on-line and hard copies) and searched the FRF archives.

Thank you for your inputs.

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Old 10-16-2015, 02:18 PM   #2
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The one valve does both function......in picture #3 the pump will draw from the anti-freeze inlet.....
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That single valve will do both. It will close the tank line and open the antifreeze suction line. Some systems have two valves. Yours has one.

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fonzie & nomad297

Thanks for the quick reply.
I shall add this page to my improved owner's manual.
Have a great day.
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That single valve will do both. It will close the tank line and open the antifreeze suction line. Some systems have two valves. Yours has one.

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