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Old 10-14-2012, 09:16 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by SJones42 View Post
if it gets real cold where u are it might be a good idea to pull the battery and keep it someplace warm.Nothing worse than finding a puffed up battery in the spring because it froze up on ya.
Hopefully it only gets as cold as it did last year, only 3-4 days below 0*. But yes after next weekend when we finish pulling everything out of the camper, the battery will be put in the shop (where it is a min of 45* in the winter) and put on the battery tender.

One good thing that I did find when I was installing the winterizing kit, I found where the mouse got into the camper last winter. He came up from above the grey water tank and entered right next to the shower drain, so I will be trying to seal that area up and also putting some mouse traps in that area just in case also.

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Old 10-21-2012, 08:39 AM   #12
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One of the best ways i found to keep mice out is to find the hole,put a piece of the heavy steel wool in it and spray foam it .Mice will not chew through the steel wool.

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