Blow-out Plug
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Blow-out Plug

Blow-out Plug is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 15.
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Item No. 4410
$1.75 $1.99
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Camco's blow-out plug removes water from lines when you're ready to begin the winterization process of your RV. Plug easily screws into city water hose connection. Activate an air pump, and use compressed air to force residual water from lines as part of your preparation for storage. Made with durable plastic construction.
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  • Blow-out plug removes water from RV lines
  • For use during winterization process
  • Plug screws into city water hose connection
  • Compressed air forces out residual water
  • Unit Weight 0.00 lb
    Brand Camco
    MFG Part No. 36104
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Prevent cracked water lines Although it doesn't freeze that often in Florida, we do have times when we need to purge water to prevent damage to our lines and fittings. This little gadget does the trick. Attached to the city water input connection on my fiver, go inside and open up the faucets, attach an electric air pump and turn it on. Two to three minutes and the lines are pretty empty. One word of caution however...open the faucets BEFORE you turn the air pump on. The PSI from the pump can overload fittings and cause unwanted disconnects at joints. A couple of bucks for a product that assists in quick purging of water from lines without having to crawl under the unit and use the drain valves every time.
    Date published: 2008-01-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Plastic plug This is an adequate plug, made from plastic, that screws into your shore water line. However, there is nothing substantial for your air compressor to attach to. You'll need one of those valves found on bicycle tire pumps to attach to this plug. They are the kind that have a lever you rotate and that squeezes rubber against the tire stem for a seal. Finding one of those for an air compressor is not easy! I'd rather have a brass blow-out plug that has a quick-connect fitting suitable for connection to an air compressor!
    Date published: 2005-10-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent I live in a very cold climate which freezes hard every year. I blow out all the faucets, tanks etc with this and only use anti freeze in the sink drain P traps, grey and black water tanks. I have never used anti freeze in the fresh water lines and have never had a problem with freezing my pump or lines. Saves a lot of time and effort and eliminates the tast of anti freeze in your lines.
    Date published: 2005-09-27
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Blow-out Plug I was happy to find the Blow-out plug as a standard item. Something like this is absolutely nessary when winterizing the water systems in an RV. I had built my own version by modifying a standard with parts purchased at a hardware store. The purchased plug costs less tha my homemade version and will probably last longer as it is one piece.
    Date published: 2012-03-06
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great, but! Great accessory for the pre-winterize drain. Really cuts back on the run time to get anti-freeze throughout the system. Really though, it takes two people to use this item. Additionally, it took a bit of force to get the adapter to open the air chuck. Thus, the 'partner' (DW) will have to work the valves and faucets.
    Date published: 2006-11-07
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Great Blow-out plug!! It is a wonderful thing to have on a pop - up camper to blow out the city water line. It does take two people to operate, one to work the faucete valve and one to put the pressure on the line.
    Date published: 2007-05-02
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Plastic Blow-out Plug It's not expensive and it gets the job done. Use an air-chuck and a regulated air compressor at 40 psi to blow out the water in the lines and water heater tank. It's a quick and easy setup.
    Date published: 2013-11-05
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Blow-out plug I thought for sure it would have threads or something to connect to but it only has a smooth stub that connects to nothing. This product should not even be produced as it is beyond worthless.
    Date published: 2015-11-03
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