So, I figured I would post this here as well as on the Forest River Forum as this forum has been so dead lately. I bought a 2006 27FQ used this year and am wondering how I should winterize it. It is set up in on a seasonal lot and I lose utilities on November 1, but I plan on filling the fresh water tank (I sanitized it this weekend) and running off of the water in it for a few weekends in November. But, how should I winterize my 27FQ? I can't access the hot water tank from inside, so I assume there is no by pass so I shouldn't put pink stuff through the lines. I can drain it, but not shut it off from the rest of the water system. I also can't access the water pump - how do I winterize it? I have had no trouble winterizing the Gulf Stream Kenneth sold me. When I say "can't access," I mean the hot water heater and water pumps are behind cabinetry without an obvious removable access panel. On my Gulf Stream, I open a cabinet door in the master bedroom to get to the hot water heater by pass valves and I open a kitchen cabinet to get to the water pump. This should give everyone an opportunity to be helpful! Thanks in advance!