Question about AquaPRO AQUA PRO 27910 - Aqua Pro Siphon Kit 27910
Lawrence Allen wrote: "It does not suck the antifreeze out, it blows air or liquid back in."
You have the valve installed on the outlet side of the pump instead of the inlet side. The pump does not "suck" antifreeze from the bottle but rather pumps it from the bottle. Install the valve on the inelt side of the pump and you\'ll be good to go.
Posted on Feb 14, 2014
The valve should be closed while siphoning from the antifreeze. This allows the RV pump to draw it from the jug instead of the holding tank.
You can not use city water or other pressure to move it.
If all else fails and you are using RV antifreeze imply place the antifreeze in the holding tank. turn the valve open and use the faucets normally until you get liquid out of them.
Come summer you can simply add 1/4 cup of non-phosphours bleach to every 5 gallons of water to clean and purify tour lines and tank again.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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