Part No. MAN, Rev. EH. Wachs 5. At the control panel, turn the pressure washer switch to the WATER position. The antifreeze mix in the sprayer system will flow from the hose into the priming tank. Figure 4-4. Turn the pressure washer switch to the WATER position. 6. When plain water begins to come out of the nozzle, turnoff the engine. 7. Rewind the sprayer hose on the reel.
Chapter 4, Assembly, Disassembly, and Storage Cold Weather Storage E.H. Wachs Part No. MAN, Rev. 1-0809 37 C OLD W EATHER S TORAGE Propylene glycol (PG) antifreeze comes in two types, motor vehicle and RV/Marine. These antifreezes are intended for completely different end uses. Use only RV/ Marine antifreeze in the sprayer system. When cycling antifreeze out of the system, do not dump antifreeze on the ground or into storm water drains. Cycle it back into the priming tank, then remove the priming tank and dispose of the antifreeze in an approved manner. When storing the trailer in subfreezing weather, even for short periods, perform the following special procedures. Pressure Washer Before storing the trailer in subfreezing weather (32° F 0° C, cycle RV/marine antifreeze through the sprayer system using the following procedure. Trailer Without Water Heater 1. Ensure that the priming tank is filled with an appropriate RV/marine antifreeze mix for the environmental temperature. 2. Move the yellow Water Supply Valve lever (in front of the left fender) to the ANTIFREEZE/CHARGE TANK position. Figure 4-5. Move the Water Supply Valve to the ANTI- FREEZE/CHARGE TANK position. 3. Start the engine and run at low to medium throttle. 4. Pull a sufficient length of hose from the sprayer hose reel to reach the priming tank remove the tank lid and hold the hose in the tank. Do not connect sprayer wand. NOTE