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Old 09-11-2020, 01:01 PM   #1
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Winterizing

Last Fall, I had a mobile company winterize the water system in my TT. He put the non-tox into the fresh water tank and used the pump to circulate it through the faucets, toilet, etc. I am seeing posts in the stickys posted in other forums here that recommend not doing that. I never use the fresh water tank, as we are on a perm site and use the city water. Is there any reason I should not just do as he did?
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Old 09-11-2020, 06:42 PM   #2
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Last Fall, I had a mobile company winterize the water system in my TT. He put the non-tox into the fresh water tank and used the pump to circulate it through the faucets, toilet, etc. I am seeing posts in the stickys posted in other forums here that recommend not doing that. I never use the fresh water tank, as we are on a perm site and use the city water. Is there any reason I should not just do as he did?
You can do it the same way....just takes more fluid to do it.....or buy and install a kit which uses the pump to fill your lines and bypassing your tank.
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