Originally Posted by NWJeeper
UMMMM, O.K. does this sound off to anyone else? The ice maker makes ice so if there was water in it after you winterize and it was to freeze what would it hurt? I absolutely would not put antifreeze in the ice tray for the absolute pain in the butt it will be to flush it out in the spring.
I remove fridge access panel on the outside of the motorhome and unscrew the water hose that leads into the solenoid.
- Water drains out of the solenoid so I figure I'm good that way.
- Water in the icemaker.. well heck it's an icemaker!
- I then run antifreeze until a little comes out of the hose that I unscrewed so I know that I've pushed all the water out and I screw it back onto the solenoid.
- In the spring I unhook it again and flush, then reattach it to the solenoid.