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    E361 winterize

    Can anyone tell me where the pump and bi pass valve is on the e361. Trying to locate so when it comes time to winterize.

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    Re: E361 winterize

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    Re: E361 winterize

    Your water pump and water heater should be located behind the basement wall on the off-door (drivers) side of your 5'ver.

    You'll probably need a phillips screwdriver to remove four screws to open that wall.
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    Re: E361 winterize

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD View Post
    You'll probably need a phillips screwdriver to remove four screws to open that wall.
    Or a #2 square driver.

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