Winterizing Shamrock 19' hybrid
I still have one camping weekend left with our hybrid but last night I was installing the Pump Convertor Winterizer Kit. Very slick install BTW. No tools required.
My question is about the hot water tank cut off valves. My previous trailer had an on/off valve between the hot & cold lines to open up flow for the antifreeze to travel. It also had a on/off valve for the cold (in) line to the hot water heater and the hot (out) line as well to keep the antifreeze from filling up the hot water tank.
I notice that my Shamrock has the valve between the hot & cold lines and a valve on the cold (in) line to the hot water heater but doesn't have a valve on the hot (out) line.
Is this normal or did FR forget the valve on the hot water line?
2007 Shamrock F19 hybrid - 2010 (22 nights), 2011 (24 nights), 2012 (11 nights)
2013 Surveyor Select 235RKS - 2012 (6 nights), 2013 (32 nights), 2014 (26 nights), 2015 (37 nights), 2016 (14 nights)