Hey y'all. We have a 2015 Silverback 29IK. This is my first time de-winterizing (it came winterized). As I look at the picture on the Water Heater By-Pass & Winterizing Manifold chart provided, I get somewhat confused (which is a state of mind I am usually in).
So basically, there are five "valves" in the attached chart. I am not understanding if the valve positions shown are for winterizing. So I have a few questions for you more experienced folks out there: 1. What position (open or closed) should they be all at for de-winterizing? 2. Are the positions of the valves the same for winterizing as for de-winterizing? and after de-winterizing, what should they all be returned to?
and concerning the By-Pass valve in the middle, Should it be open or closed for de-winterizing, and should it be the opposite when winterizing?
Does it ever need to be closed? Pictures attached. I know I am overthinking this, but I promise myself I will write out a detailed step by step, for next year.