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Plastic Winterizing Hand Pump Kit

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Plastic Hand Pump Kit lets you easily add antifreeze.
Pump antifreeze directly into your RV waterlines and supply tanks. Kit includes flexible connecting line with city water connection. For connecting to an inside faucet, use the Faucet Adapter, sold separately.

Technical Specs

Tech Specs

Weight: Less than 1 lb.

Manufacturer: Camco Mfg Inc

Mfg Part #: 36003

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Plastic Winterizing Hand Pump Kit: Customer Reviews

Camper's Choice Rating

(5 Based on 21 Reviews)

Works as advertised (3)
Easy to use (2)
Quick (1)

Reviewed by 21 customers


Successful Winterization

275 out of 526 people found this review helpful.
October 09, 2006
I recently purchased this product and successfully winterized two Park Model RVs in one afternoon. The product worked as advertised. However, after reading another review, I did purchase two hose clamps to afix the tube to the pump and the hose fitting to the tube. My only negative comment concerns the price. After receiving this product I discovered that it can be purchased locally for a price that is higher than Campingworld's price, but less than the total including shipping charges. Overall, this product met my needs this year and should be good for a number of future years.
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Plastic Winterizing Hand Pump Kit

0 out of 0 people found this review helpful.
October 25, 2010
Following the directions on the box, I found the hand pump to work perfectly. I have one recommendation, not listed on the procedures for operating the pump. Like any water pump, this pump (at least in my case) will not work if not primed. So pour some antifreeze into the inlet tube after all tubes are connected as directed, and pump the air out. Then, insert the pump inlet tubing into the antifreeze. Once primed it will work perfectly. Before I primed the pump, I could not get it to pump antifreeze at all; after priming the pump worked perfectly with no problems and it took only minutes to winterize my motorhome following the directions on the box.
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It worked perfect!

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November 01, 2010
I have a 4 year old 5th wheel. I have always vinterized it using the electric pump which has a winterizing kit on it where you can set a jug of antifreeze next to the pump. I don't know why, but the pump has always had a very difficult time picking up the fluid and pumping it through the system. It has normally taken around 45 minutes to one hour to do this. During normal use, the pump works very well. Using this hand pump, it took about 10 minutes. It worked great and took very little effort. I had to give the pump about 3 good pulls to prime it. After it was primed, the pumping took very little effort. I just wish I had got one of these sooner.
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what is the hose size (diamenter) coming from the pump to the camper
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