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Old 10-24-2015, 07:34 PM   #11
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Scorn, that is the kit you need. Use teflon on the threads.

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Old 10-25-2015, 01:32 AM   #12
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The hose with that kit is a little short. Go to lowes in the plumbing dept they have clear hose that matches that size.

Get an extra length of hose along with a barb fitting to connect he 2 pieces. Sorry I don't remember the ID of the hose at the moment.

This helps get the jug of antifreeze out from under the cabinet when pumping it in the lines.




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Or, you could get a blow out plug and clear your lines with air pressure then pour antifreeze in the drains and some in tanks. This is an alternative to filling all your lines with AF. No water in the lines, no freezing up ! Good luck and Happy Camping!


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