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Old 06-29-2015, 03:51 AM   #21
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ALWAYS close the winterization valves to drain your tank to inspect your RV's water heater before you remove the anode rod or repair an electric element. Forgetting can result in tank crud getting into your cold water pipes which can then find their way to the faucets or toilet tank valve as the water "glugs" and stirs up the bottom.

It goes without saying (but I will), never drain your hot water tank through the camper's low point drains. The repair bill you save will be your own.
Good advice, especially for those of us that tackle our own maintenance/ winterizing etc. Cleaning out a plumbing system full of crud from the HWT because... you let it go there, is a PITA. Ask me how I know.
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