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Old 10-11-2020, 07:41 PM   #61
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New camper purchased 8/1/2020. Trying to winterize. Can't get the filter canister to budge. The factory musta used loctite or something. Any tips? I'm tempted to just buy a replacement canister and break this one to get it out!
They are deff put on tight from the factory. Give it a firm steady push with your white wrench.... it will come off. Just put a gallon ziplock baggie or something around it to catch the water that will spill.
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Old 10-12-2020, 10:16 AM   #62
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It seam like a waste to fill that canister with antifreeze!
Last year I put a empty water bottle in it to take up space to save a little antifreeze!

Thanks for this idea!

It's not a huge deal but my little 15TB trailer used just over 1gal to winterize... now I can get it under 1gal.
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