Temperatures here got below freezing last night so, it is a good thing that I put the Kodiak to bed for the winter a couple days ago. In preparation for that, I added a RV Pump Converter Winterizing Kit to the water pump. That makes it easy to run the antifreeze through the water lines. The trailer came with a factory installed water heater bypass so I didn’t have to add that part.
With the kit added, I bypassed and drained the water heater, drained the fresh water tank and opened the low point drains in the water lines. I left all the plugs out overnight. The next day I replaced all the plugs and ran the antifreeze through each faucet, the toilet and the outside spray port. I dumped a little extra down the drains to fill the traps and I was done with the water system.
I also took out the TVs and Georgia and I removed everything that could freeze. I will take the battery inside later – before we have any really cold temperatures. For now, I still want power so I can do other work in there.
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