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Old 09-15-2013, 08:30 AM   #11
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Far as I can tell, ALL tanks in RV's have all their fittings in the side of their tanks, so there will always be some water left in the tank. Judicious sanitizing after the units sit for awhile or at least annually helps, and point of use filters are also a good idea. A little water in the bottom of a tank, as long as it is not in the lines will not be a freeze problem, as it has nothing the "push" against to burst or crack anything. IMO, of course

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