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Old 07-25-2011, 12:36 PM   #1
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first time storing coach

I have a class a that i will be storing for about a month and im trying to get soem advice on the major things to do..thanks alot

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Old 07-25-2011, 12:58 PM   #2
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Storing your rig for just 1 month is not a big thing at all. That shouldn’t cause you any problems, providing everything is working when you leave it.
Here are some of the more important items:
  1. Turn off your fridge/freezer. Clean it out thoroughly and leave doors open.
  2. Fill up all batteries with distilled water.
  3. Switch off both house batteries and starting batteries on the main switch(es).
  4. If you have the option: Keep it connected to shore power. In this case don't turn off main switches.
  5. Clean out your grey and black tank thoroughly.
  6. Empty your water tank and your water heater.
  7. Draw your curtains and lock all doors.
  8. Park it the safest place possible.
  9. Don’t worry about your MH in storage (because you can’t do anything about it anyway) and keep dreaming about your next trip .
All the best
The Great Dane
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Living in Denmark - visiting the US whenever possible. www.winnebago.dk www.blog.retired.dk

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