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Old 09-04-2012, 04:55 PM   #1
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Winterizing and Washer Hookup

I have a new Sabre 34TBOK and in this trailer is is prepped for washer/dryer hookup. There is if course a hot and cold tap in the bedroom of our FW for the installation of the washer/dryer. During the winterizing process I assume that I have to run the pink stuff through these taps also?
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Yep. Water gets everywhere.
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Yep. Water gets everywhere.
I hope not. My plan is to cut a short length of old garden hose and connect it to each faucet and put the other end in a big bucket when I winterize.
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I hope not. My plan is to cut a short length of old garden hose and connect it to each faucet and put the other end in a big bucket when I winterize.
Me too.
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