I have been learning a lot from the posts on this forum, thanks to everyone. My wife and I have thoroughly enjoyed taking our 2100 out for our weekend excursions...the creature comforts are outstanding. We have logged over 20 nights in our PC post our June purchase. I live in MT and am hopeful I will get out a few more times before full on winter hits. I actually have hopes to try using it this winter at the ski areas...but that is a topic for another post!
We have already had a few nights in the single digits so I prepped my PC following the steps below. I would welcome any opinions, corrections or suggestions you may have on my method. My goal is to get efficient and effective at it so I can use my PC on the tail/front end of winter without any damage.
Check List in Order of Execution
- Drain fresh water tank
- Drain hot water heater
- Run 12V water pump until no water comes out via bathroom faucet
- Connected air compressor to PC city water connection with ~35 PSI
- Blow out faucets/sprayers Hot and Cold
- - Kitchen faucet and spray nozzle
- - Bathroom Sink
- - Shower spray wand
- - Toilet flusher
- - Outside shower
- Pour 2-3 cups RV antifreeze into kitchen, shower and bathroom sinks to fill the traps
- Dumped black tank
- Dump grey tank
- Poured 3/4 gallon of RV antifreeze into toilet, ran sani-con pump with black tank valve opened until I saw pink antifreeze coming out and then stopped pump and closed valve
I am not 100% sure the method I used to drain the lines around the 12v pump is adequate. Not wanting to put antifreeze in the system, I am not sure how better to drain it.
I would imagine there is a little water still in the grey tank, any concerns?
Thanks in advance for your feedback!