We are going to travel out West to Utah and Arizona in January in our Coachmen Freelander 20CB RV. At night, the temperatures can be in the low twenties and I am concerned about our BW and GW tanks freezing as we have no heater units on them. Do I need to have heater pads installed on them or can I pour a small amount of RV antifreeze in them keep them from freezing? We are newbie’s to winter RV so thanks for your advice
We are thinking about traveling out west to Southern Utah in early December. At night it will get quite cold, in the teens and I am concerned about the water lines in the basement. We have a 2016 Coachman Freelander Micro 20CB with a very good propane heater, but I am not certain if the heater sends heat into the basement. Can anyone recommend a solution to ensure that our basement water lines and FW tank do not freeze? Thanks
I took the advice of a fellow RVer and called Forest River technical support concerning my questions about the water pump on my Freelander 20CB. Jason at Forest River was very helpful and explained in detail how to properly winterize our unit. Kudos to Jason and thanks for all the comments from fellow RVers.
I have a 2016 Coachman Freelander Micro 20CB. I am unable to locate and gain access the water pump. Based on the noise from the pump, it appears to be located under the shower and I cannot access it. Also, there is no winterization port to pump in AF. Any ideas on how I can access the pump so that I can pump in antifreeze? Thanks