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Old 11-30-2015, 07:20 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by pdqparalegal1 View Post
Again---worrying about a non problem
Maybe in Dunn NC, residual water laying at the bottom of any of your tanks isn't a problem, but in NEPA (and my mountain top location at that,) where it can be single digits for days/weeks on end, I can assure you that it could be a potential problem. If there's enough water laying in the bottom of the tank, and it freezes and cracks my tank, it's a problem. Not to mention the havoc ice could play with the valves. So complete, "I can see the plastic bottom of the tank in the toilet opening" draining is for me during the winterizing process. Then some AF just for good measure.

Overkill is underrated.

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