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Old 01-20-2015, 01:46 AM   #1
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Occasional Winter Use

Planning on doing some winter camping next winter. CG turns water off in winter so will have to bring my supply. My question is...if I blow the lines when I leave and add antifreeze will I be ok for two weeks of northern PA weather while I'm gone? The belly is covered but not heated. Have ducted heat vents in the trailer. Don't really want to but should I leave the furnace running while I'm gone for the 2 week intervals? Thanks for your advice!
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Old 01-22-2015, 03:06 PM   #2
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Are you planning to leave water in the storage tanks?

If the answer is no...then basically you are just storing it outside, which plenty of people do. drain the lines best you can and run some anti-freeze and you should be fine.

if the answer is yes...well it would take a heck of a lot of anti-freeze to keep whatever is int he black and grey tanks from freezing.

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