winterizing-lead

[5] The motorhome may be equipped with a winterizing kit from the factory like this one. Follow the instructions provided in your motorhome’s owner’s manual on which valves to turn, routing the pump suction from the freshwater tank to the winterizing kit.
[8] Many motorhomes have icemakers that operate only on 120-volt AC power. While the ice tray itself doesn’t need to be winterized with RV antifreeze, the icemaker valve must be protected with RV antifreeze to prevent freezing and cracking due to water that may be remaining in the bowl of the valve.

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