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Old 10-24-2012, 04:36 PM   #1
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need to WINTERIZE in Casa Grande???

We will be leaving the MH in Casa Grande for the winter. Does it get cold enough that I will need to winterize it??

We will use it for the month of November and then not come back to use it until sometime in January for a few weeks and then leave it again for 3 or for weeks not returning to late February or so. Can leave it hooked to power so ne heat will be on or under it.

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Old 10-24-2012, 05:23 PM   #2
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All it takes is one good cold snap to burst pipes. Even though Casa Grande is in a desert, the chances are pretty good there will be more than one good cold snap during the winter, even in a mild winter.
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We winter at Palm Creek in Casa Grande, Nov to Apr. There are nights in Dec & Jan that do dip below freezing. I would suggest disconnecting water, drain the hot water tank and winterizing the lines with antifreeze. Have a friend who knows your rig check the unit occasionally just to make sure all is OK, especially if power will remain connected. If power is to be left on, ensure battery fluid levels are up. Any slides? Retract them and awnings in.
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