The idea of having the dealer or a pro do it the first time is smart. I run the antifreeze through the icemaker for safety sake, but some warn not to. (In the spring you just run the icemaker and sop up the liquid with papertowel until it goes clear.) Personally I'd turn the water off the toilet, flush, and fill the trap with antifreeze, but I don't know if that is the recommended way.
As for running antifreeze through the lines, I think they use a pressurized tank, like a weed sprayer, filled with antifreeze and with a male waterhose fitting attached. blow out the sytem with air first, pump up the pressure, open the furthest tap, let it run and continue pumping to keep pressure up. Do this with each faucet.
83 sweet sweet days camped in 2008 - not easy in my neck of the woods!
- Salem 401-2b; 31" Sony Trinitron and two channels on the antenna.
- Smokin' hot wife... 2 boys, 25 and 10.