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Old 11-14-2018, 04:32 PM   #1
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OK one more dumb question. On my docking station I have two bypass switches. One is for the hot water heater. The other simply says "winterization". I understand what the hot water bypass does. What does the other one bypass? I know its a dumb question but I am new at this. Thanks.
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Old 11-14-2018, 04:40 PM   #2
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It would help to know which RV you have and if you could post a picture of the station.

Just a SWAG would be it's to switch the pump from drawing from the fresh water tank to drawing from the antifreeze inlet tube.
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Even though the OP doesn't have his RV info listed in his profile, an older post says he owns a 2018 Primetime Crusader.
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Even though the OP doesn't have his RV info listed in his profile, an older post says he owns a 2018 Primetime Crusader.
That would be correct, Thanks. Specifically, model 315RST. I am going to take a picture now.
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These are some pictures. The tee is the backside of the switch. The bottom tube goes to the pump intake. I'm not sure where the other two go. One upstairs and one to the FW tank?
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It would help to know which RV you have and if you could post a picture of the station.

Just a SWAG would be it's to switch the pump from drawing from the fresh water tank to drawing from the antifreeze inlet tube.
This is correct. The anti-freeze side hose should go to the outside so it can be stuffed into the anti-freeze bottle.
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