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Subject: Re: Raw Water draining Thorneycroft 108


Author:
Chris Bone (helping)
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Date Posted: 12:19:22 10/01/2017 Tue
In reply to: Bernie Jones 's message, "Raw Water draining Thorneycroft 108" on 17:23:24 17/12/2016 Sat

>We've just bought an 820 with a Thorneycroft 108
>engine and I've been reading up on how to drain the
>system (prompted by the article in the current edition
>of the magazine!).
>
>As I'm new to this engine I thought that the
>Thorneycroft Owners Manual would be the best bet but
>after reading the relevant section I'm confused.
>
>The instructions are:
>
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>
>I read the sentence starting 'Alternatively' and can't
>follow it at all although I assume it's suggesting
>that purging the system with an anti-freeze mixture is
>the goal.
>
>Does anyone have a recommended method of draining or
>otherwise winterising the raw water system on this
>engine please?
>
>Many thanks,
>Bernie

Hi Bernie

The best way I believe is to prepare a mixture of antifreeze and water and pour it into the top of the seacock (you should be able to remove the top of it to access the raw water filter) with the engine running. This should draw the anti-freeze mixture into the raw-water system. run it until you see it coming out through the exhaust.

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