Like you noticed, a lot of filter valves will have a winter setting, then it’s not as shallow as the other one. Basically, it keeps the valve in a half-cocked position. It keeps it open so it can drain out. What you can do if you don’t have a winter position is just move the valve in between two settings. You just depress it, it saves on FILTER, and move it halfway in between FILTER and the next setting. That will leave it open so the water can drain from the valve and you don’t have to worry about the water freezing and cracking your valve. That’s what you do if you don’t have a winter position.
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