I checked it out. To the left of the under bed storage area, had to remove the plywood cover that was screwed down. Some lame brain at the factory put a screw in near the outside wall ~ no framing for it to go into and missed the water inlet line by a fraction of an inch. The screw served no purpose so removed it.
Wow, some horrible mess of wires and hoses by the water heater and pump!! They would never graduate from electrical or plumbing journeyman training with that helter skelter mess.
Yes, I see the clear hose off the line near the water pump. It still had some antifreeze in it from the factory. Now I will have to figure out which valves to open/close etc. when it comes time to winterize the unit.
After checking the water heater/pump area out ... finally made up the bed. That is a PITA project. I didn't like the factory hard mattress so got a 4" memory foam topper for it. Will have to try it out and see how it sleeps. Hopefully reasonably good as I love my sleep number bed in the house.
It would have been nice if the factory had put an access door at the foot of the bed to access the front storage area that is now only accessable from the exterior. It's a long reach into there from the outside door when something is all the way in. I may do a modification and put in an interior access doorway.
Anyone with the procedure to winterize would be appreciated. I've winterized alot of mobile homes but this is a bit different.
Best to all.