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PostPosted: October 8th, 2017, 8:17 pm 
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Location: Southern CA
Moen has a very good customer service. For my kitchen faucet in the house, they send me a brand new faucet because I am the original owner with receipt, and the old faucet has corrode to beyond repair. They also send out replacement cartridge too.

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PostPosted: November 17th, 2017, 7:43 am 
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Blue~Go wrote:

Drain the pump.



Hi Blue, others

Have a question about draining the water pump. This is my first winter owning the Concourse and I'm winterizing the supply side using the compressor I just bought. So far so good I think. Went around doing each faucet at a time until no more water, drove around some and did it again.

When I look under the couch I see water in the dome shaped filter attached to the water pump. I tried unscrewing it but it's too tight space-wise to get it fully off. My thinking is to unscrew the water pump from the floor and try to do it that way. I did take the outflow pipe off on the left side of the pump and some water drained out there. What do others do to get the water out of the pump? Also I noticed a white valve that can be turned very close to the water pump. Looked at the fresh water diagram in the manual but didn't see it there. Not sure what it's for.

Any advice is very appreciated!

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