...if I had to remember all these list, I'd be in trouble...For years and years and years, all I've done has been hook up to city water, take the hot water heater out of bypass and then turn water on in kitchen sink, bathroom sink, shower (each of those cold first, then hot water), flush the commode and go outside and turn on the outside shower, hot and cold....that's it, no more, no less.....
you can open the low points and let what little antifreeze is in the system pour out before you start, but again, it's really a very simple procedure to de-winterize....but I don't carry water around with me so maybe that helps some..
just hook up and flush....no big deal, not rocket science, really quite simple...
Times 2 again.
I don't understand why anyone would want to make a big deal out of it
Thanks for the help, folks. I'm not trying to make this more difficult than it needs to be. I just prefer to have a procedure for myself that way I don't have to remember anything! My memory is not what it use to be. Plus, I'm kind of new to this and don't want to screw anything up and then make it even more difficult.
I think maybe I have confused the issue by having the de-winterizing step and the sanitizing step in the same post. My intent was to de-winterize and then immediately sanitize, and I was trying to lay out the steps to set myself up to do that.
Are there any fatal flaws in what I have laid out in my revised plan?
I just have Camping World do it and write a check.
....again, just hook up to city water and flush away...you can do it at home, really it's no big deal....If I wanted to put a satellite on the roof, then I'd get someone to maybe do it....but to pay someone to winterize and/or de-winterize my rv??.....just too easy for me to do then give money to someone to do it for me...
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As a beginner, I will be relying on detailed lists like this until experience burns it into my brain. Our biggest fear is to forget some important step (like forgetting to fill the water heater before turning it on :-)), so checklists are great!
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