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Old 12-01-2012, 09:28 PM   #1
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Winterizing washer

Does anyone no how to winterize a washer. I am thinking you need to winterize not just the water lines but the machine. Also wondering how hard it is to winterize the water lines since the machine is secured. Columbus 320rs. Not sure how accessible the lines are.
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Old 12-06-2012, 02:07 PM   #2
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Does anyone no how to winterize a washer. I am thinking you need to winterize not just the water lines but the machine. Also wondering how hard it is to winterize the water lines since the machine is secured. Columbus 320rs. Not sure how accessible the lines are.
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Do you think I might get a response in a different section. New to the forum
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Old 12-06-2012, 04:08 PM   #3
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Why not run it (both cold & hot lines) filling with RV antifreeze until it is nice & pink (or whatever color yours is). Spin that mixture of water and antifreeze out & add some more to fill the lower part of the drain hose. Leave a small amount in the tub.
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Perfect! Thanks for the help!
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Why not run it (both cold & hot lines) filling with RV antifreeze until it is nice & pink (or whatever color yours is). Spin that mixture of water and antifreeze out & add some more to fill the lower part of the drain hose. Leave a small amount in the tub.
Seems simple thanks.
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