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Old 07-24-2011, 02:38 PM   #1
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I will be storing my coach for about a month and need some advice on how to do it.i.e.....do i need to drain everything or can i leave the fresh water full and black and gray empty and what about the propane....thanks
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drain all the water in the system to include grey & black, use RV ANTIFREEZE the key word is RV to use in the water lines, not saying where your located, but MT your tanks, MT your tanks out both grey & black, as it the warm season for RV'ing only reason I am saying to put the RV ANTIFREEZE in, is just incase you don't get back to the RV, at least it will be winterized, ,,somewhat, mainthing protect your water lines.Jack up your tires so the
bottom won't have a flat spot.
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You'll probably get more response to your question if you put this in the General Discussion area
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