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Old 10-10-2012, 07:21 PM   #1
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Cold weather

New here first post.
My wife and I just got a 2004 CC Allure in great shape.
We do sports shows all over the Country and I was wandering about how it will handle cold weather, Its all ready droping to the mid 30s here in Pa. The HydroHot works well.
I was under it today just looking around and was under the bay that holds the propane and air tank and could see the wires and water lines running from the front to the back of the coach. Looks like a prime location for freezing.
We hope to stay South as much as possable but are not heading south till Dec.27
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Old 10-11-2012, 03:17 PM   #2
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If you are living in the coach and everything is working properly you should not have to take any extra precautions to guard against freezing with the exception of the incoming water supply. Read my post above regarding that issue.
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