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Old 08-20-2019, 11:14 AM   #1
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Low point drains on Micro Minnie 2108ds

I am getting ready to winterize my trailer and am wondering where the low point drains are. I looked under the trailer and all I see is the drain valve for the freshwater tank. Any help locating the drains would be appreciated.

Also, how do you get the residual water out of the water pump? I am thinking about pumping the antifreeze through the city water and am concerned that there my be some water left in the water pump and the lines leading to it from the freshwater tank.

Any other advise concerning winterizing the trail would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Dave
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