But this is what the website says
Q: How do I winterize the Blue Streak Dispenser?
A: Run the chemical level low [1to 2 inches] in the reservoir and winterize your unit as you would normally. To remove chemical from the reservoir; unscrew the tank from the wall leaving tubing attached to tank and pour chemical into another container.
Got a few things accomplished today. Our first trip with the new camper will be Tuesday!
1. Adjusted the brakes that were dragging (too tight from stealership)
2. In the process proved that the Andersen jack WILL NOT WORK with the '16 Grey Wolf 26dbh. It lacked at least 4" in raising the side high enough for the other tire to clear. I guess the up side to the muddy field that calls itself RV storage is that I could dig a hole under the tire to get clearance.
3. Strapped a new Aluminum step ladder to the rear rack.
4. Shoveled the pile of gravel I had to maneuver around in the storage lot, into the mud puddles I had to maneuver around to park in the storage lot. There isn't a lot of storage available around here right now...
__________________ Family of five camping in a Spankin' new
Grey Wolf 26DBH LTD pushing a '03 Dodge Ram 1500 via 10k/1k HaulMaster WDH stopped by a Prodigy P2 brake controller
DH and I filled fresh water tank and checks for leaks. We were rather proud of ourselves since nothing leaked and the hot water tank worked. We did the winterizing ourselves so we were a little worried. Since it was pouring down rain, we also checked for any inside leaks. None there either. Yea! Just two weeks until we have our first little trip planned!
2015 Windjammer 3029 Diamond Edition
2011 Ram 5.7 hemi
Ohio River Rat
2015 camping:59 nights
2016 camping: 49 nights with many more planned
Installed a screen door bar, took all of 10 minutes. It helps tremendously with closing the screen door with the built in stepwell. Also installed some led's and on off switch in center console so I can see my coffee cup at night.