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wa8yxm

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Posted: 02/27/22 08:57am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What I would do (Actually what I did)

Leave winterized. carry 5 or 10 gallons INSIDE the RV (Jerry can, or Collaspable bottle from Coleman portable propane water heater (look it up you can get the bottles most anywhere) .. Once you are far enough south.. Hook up a filter to a water supply and tank up.


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We left our upstate NY site on January 9th with the temp at 11 degrees F. Before we pulled out I dumped the waste tanks and topped off the fresh tank. We didn't see consistently above freezing temps until southern GA and never had a problem while getting there.


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Posted: 02/27/22 09:13pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

wa8yxm wrote:

What I would do (Actually what I did)

Leave winterized. carry 5 or 10 gallons INSIDE the RV (Jerry can, or Collaspable bottle from Coleman portable propane water heater (look it up you can get the bottles most anywhere) .. Once you are far enough south.. Hook up a filter to a water supply and tank up.


^^^This


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FLHTCI wrote:

I’m leaving Massachusetts tomorrow for our inaugural trip in our Winnebago Itasca, Sunstar 30T. I was told that filling the freshwater tank is okay if the heat is on to at least 55 degrees. Now that I’ve done this I fear I’ve made a mistake.

Please advise, should I flush the whole system?

Thank you


FLHTCI....Well, what did you decide to do and how did it work out for you?


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