I copied this from what a friend sent me. I do NOT put antifreeze in WH, step 9. You can if you want.
1--- turn valves to winterizing position.Hot water by-pass etc.
2---drain hot water tank and low level drain valves open at same time.
3---place winterizing hose in anti-freeze.
4---go inside and turn on pump switch.
5---after pump has stopped, check to make sure you have enough anti-freeze left outside to do the job.
6---start inside and turn on all cold water taps ( one at a time ) until you see the anti-freeze coming through.Shower and toilet as well.
7---next is the hot water and do the same as the cold.
8---do the outside shower taps as well.
9---I always put some in the hot water tank just in case ( using a funnel )
10---With the ice maker, I leave the pump on over nite and the ice maker will draw from the anti-freeze just like water, and when you come out in the morning you will see your anti-freeze in the freezer. Take out the filter first, and put in the blue plug that came with the refrigerator.
11---done NO------you'll have to read what has to be done with your washing machine and dryer--------as they say, it's in the book.
I hope this helps guy and if I have made a mistake, I hope someone will correct me. Let us know how you make out.
Please note-------------always make sure you have enough anti-freeze at the intake hose and don't let it run dry.
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