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Old 01-23-2005, 04:21 PM   #1
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I am able to check out the weather in the states I am traveling through. Will the furnace keep the water safe from freezing as I travel (holding tank and water lines)? What is the lowest temps kyou have traveled in and still had no freezing lines or tanks ? The first day out I will have it winterized. I would like to freshen water and leave the furnace on while we travel. Can the furnace handle it ? What temps have you experienced and avoided freezing ?
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I am able to check out the weather in the states I am traveling through. Will the furnace keep the water safe from freezing as I travel (holding tank and water lines)? What is the lowest temps kyou have traveled in and still had no freezing lines or tanks ? The first day out I will have it winterized. I would like to freshen water and leave the furnace on while we travel. Can the furnace handle it ? What temps have you experienced and avoided freezing ?
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Old 01-23-2005, 05:38 PM   #3
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Mike,

Come on over the the Winnebago forum further down the page and get answers from the folks there, who have the same coach.

I have been watching the temps back in southern Michigan(home) and their pretty cold. I have the 2003 DL39QD and I wouldn't trust the system to keep it from freezing until I got to southern Kentucky. Then I would de-winterize there. We came down here to Texas Janurary 3 and had the same thing to deal with.

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