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Originally Posted by Dfarrall View Post
Any advice on late season camping and not losing any pips to freezing?
Yes. If you are camping in freezing weather, winterize the rig and use bottled water for drinking, washing, flushing.
A light freeze won't hurt anything, but if those pipes freeze, you can get damage. In a pinch, you can drain the pipes, leave the faucets open, open the cabinet doors near the plumbing and blow air through the lines.
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