So I got done winterizing my 2016 Hurricane 34F, drained water tank and hot water tank used air pressure to get water out of the pipes and ice make. Added anti freeze, yes the pink stuff, through the pump, first rig with this option and ice maker. So the water tank is empty, the hot water tank is drained the best that it does, and the ice maker was blown out with air for several minutes at intervals, did not want to overheat the jump cycle, lv. I know there is another jump to make it empty, however I don't know the letter sequence for that.
So, the previous owner, damage the outside ladder to the point it is no longer usable, so I'm in the shop getting it replaced with an OEM ladder and some generator issue. So as I'm about to leave I see the tech that does the winterization, so I asked him the question about running anti freeze through the ice maker, and since I have never had a pump for antifreeze, only had tank fill before, and leave some in the tank? He said he always runs it through the ice maker and leaves it in the fresh water tank, but also puts it in the hot water tank. Now I have never put anti freeze in the hot water tank before, my last rig was a 2000 Four Winds class C, the one I have now is a 2016. Has something change in the hot water tank winterization that I am unaware of, or is this tech over doing precaution? What about the ice maker and fresh water tank?
Thank you ahead of time for your thoughts.