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Old 11-01-2013, 11:42 PM   #1
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First time to winterize this unit, this is our first camper as well. Can anyone tell me the water pump location as well as how to access the back side of the hot water heater? Thanks
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Old 11-02-2013, 05:12 AM   #2
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What year is your trailer?
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I think the water pump is under they bathroom sink. Remove the lower panel to find it. The wh is behind/under the drivers side night stand.
All this is based on my old 28bh which I think is pretty similar, but I may be wrong on the pump.
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Thanks guys, our trailer is a 2013. Do you guys typically leave out the drain plug on the water heater all winter? Or just drain it, tape it and put it back in. Thanks for all the help.
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Thanks guys, our trailer is a 2013. Do you guys typically leave out the drain plug on the water heater all winter? Or just drain it, tape it and put it back in. Thanks for all the help.

Mine has a plastic drain plug so I put some plumbers dope on it and put it back.
It will keep spiders and whatever out of the tank.
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I drain it, tape it, and reinstall it. One less thing to forget in the spring.
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Perfect. Thanks. First time doing this, and we are storing it about two hours away in a covered storage. Just want to make sur I am doing this right. Appreciate all the help.
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Another question, is this the fitting that I attach the hose to for the antifreeze? I disconnected the city water connection hose. I don't really see another way to do it and this unit looks different than the other pictures that have been posted. The only other way I can see is to take the crimped hose off on the right side of the filter
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Another question, is this the fitting that I attach the hose to for the antifreeze? I disconnected the city water connection hose. I don't really see another way to do it and this unit looks different than the other pictures that have been posted. The only other way I can see is to take the crimped hose off on the right side of the filter

What is the outside view of that picture?
I guess the large tube is your water tank fill...
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Yes correct, sorry the picture turned on me when I posted it for some reason, large hose is the water tank fill, small hose is city water connection.
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