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Old 03-24-2013, 09:26 AM   #15
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Winterize????

What is that????

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Old 03-24-2013, 09:29 AM   #16
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We southerners don't even recognize that word!
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Old 03-24-2013, 07:34 PM   #18
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I was going to de-winterize while camping at Prince William Forest RV Campground, VA this weekend. However, since they called for snow Sunday night I held off. It is snowing right now as I am writing this.
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Old 03-25-2013, 04:40 AM   #19
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Dewinterized mine last week on a 67 deg day in TN. Checked the 7 day forecast before I started and it showed lows in mid 30's. No more then when I finished ,the forecast showed a 20 deg night coming soon.Since then we've had one night in the teens,2 in the 20's and now snow for the next 3 days.I did have time to air purge my system to rest easier and put a heater near my fresh tank so my pump wouldn't freeze.Luckily I left my water heater empty also.Fingers crossed for our first trip of the year next week.
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If you have heating off the furnace, set at low setting, should be enough to keep compartments warm.
Have no problem with mine even in 1* weather in Nappanee Jan 09, of course temp was set higher.
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I am glad I waited to dewinterize. The weather forecast for here tonight is 9 above.

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Winter just wants to hang on 22 here right now and expected to get colder please shut it off, your closer to the border Don.
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Feel your pain--sunshine here but temps still COLD!!! Spring fever in full force!
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Black soot around a/c vents & ceiling lights

Just took the DP (03 Damon Ultra Sport) out of winter storage and DW reminded me that I needed to clean the ceiling since there is noticeable black soot around the lights and A/C vents. Does anyone else have this problem and what I can do to resolve this problem. I told the DW that we can sell this one and get a bigger one with 4 slides and bigger frig. She not happy with that idea!
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Here are a few ideas on removing stains that may work.
If you do a search for "cleaning ceiling" there are more.
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