saflyer Posted October 17, 2022 Share Posted October 17, 2022 I’m thinking of removing our combo washer/dryer. We never use it. My question is about dealing with the hoses. The unit is in the far aft of my coach on the driver side. I assume the hoses lead to the hot and cold water lines on the passenger side. The kitchen sink, shower and bathroom lavatory are amidship on that side. I’d like T o keep the hoses in place in case we decide to reinstall the washer but not have to winterize them in the meantime.I’m wondering if it would be reasonable to have on/off valves installed in the washer/dryer hot and cold lines where they connect to the main water feeds. Any thoughts? Ed. ’05 HR Ambassador Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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