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Old 01-08-2015, 06:07 PM   #15
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Don't for get the Ice Maker Valve!......valve did not survive the night.
Got caught on that one once as well. I installed an inline shut off valve on the plastic hose feed side of the icemaker valve. End of problem!
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Joe, it got kinda cool down in Waynesboro last night too. I had an electric heater and a propane heater going in the RV garage last night and three drop lights inside bays . Got to to 12 degrees with a wind chill of 3!! It was too cold to leave for Tampa. We're leaving tomorrow morning instead. I Hope it's a little warmer there.
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Joe, it got kinda cool down in Waynesboro last night too. I had an electric heater and a propane heater going in the RV garage last night and three drop lights inside bays . Got to to 12 degrees with a wind chill of 3!! It was too cold to leave for Tampa. We're leaving tomorrow morning instead. I Hope it's a little warmer there.

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So Joe. A positive report on the condition of the water heater is anticipated. Hope it turned out as a non issue and the only frost nip was not with the water heater.
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So Joe. A positive report on the condition of the water heater is anticipated. Hope it turned out as a non issue and the only frost nip was not with the water heater.

I haven't hooked the water up to it yet. It's supposed to be warmer here by Monday so I'll give it a try then!
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Here's what I'd do, turn on the water pump and the sit in front of a heater reading the paper.

If the pump doesn't randomly cycle rebuilding pressure indicating a leak, odds are you're ok.

In my ignorance I didn't know you had to drain the water heater and it never crossed my mind. My first several years I left the water in during winter and luckily got away with it. Hopefully you'll have the same luck!
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