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jim hilburn

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Posted: 09/18/20 10:52am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hi. I'm a newby.
We just moved up from a 23" BT Cruiser with issues to a 2006 Winnebago Aspect 23'that's in a lot better condition. When winterizing the BT it had a normal city water connection and I'd push in the spring loaded valve and usually get a pink shirt.
The Winnie has an angled brass fitting with a valve for either city water or fresh tank fill. How do I insure that antifreeze has gotten to that line? Does turning the city valve to tank fill open it to let the pump get antifreeze to it?

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Posted: 09/19/20 09:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Apparently no one knows what I'm talking about but I solved my own problem. The previous owner had installed the brass 90 and it was simply screwed on a standard city fill. I just wasn't that observant to begin with and thought it was something Winnebago did.

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Posted: 09/19/20 10:54am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Maybe nobody knows what you are talking about or maybe people who own Class B's don't want to go guessing at how a Class C might work?

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sorry if you feel I posted in the wrong place. My understanding is RV's with no bed over the cab are considered B's or B+ at least. Am I wrong?

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jim hilburn wrote:

Hi. I'm a newby. ?
Welcome to the RV.net world. Since you already solved your problem this is a mute point but many make the same mistake. This forum (Class B - Camping Van Conversions) says it all. If the chassis of an RV didn't come off the assembly line as a van, it is not a Class B. Your RV with a truck cab and the RV coach part built behind it is a Class C.


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