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Old 10-01-2012, 05:15 PM   #1
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Have to winterize my 2008 Lexington 29.5 soon. I think I know how to do it OK; drain the water heater and remove the sacrificial anode then switch open the bypass valve. Hook up the jug of anti-freeze at the pump suction and then run till the anti-freeze appears at all the taps and toilet. I noticed a couple of fittings hanging down by the sewer outlet and am wondering if these are the low point drains for the RV?
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Old 10-01-2012, 05:16 PM   #2
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Winterizing
Have to winterize my 2008 Lexington 29.5 soon. I think I know how to do it OK; drain the water heater and remove the sacrificial anode then switch open the bypass valve. Hook up the jug of anti-freeze at the pump suction and then run till the anti-freeze appears at all the taps and toilet. I noticed a couple of fittings hanging down by the sewer outlet and am wondering if these are the low point drains for the RV?
Tom B.
Yes they are the low point drains

Drain the low point drains.

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