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Old 09-20-2017, 08:56 AM   #1
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Winterizing

I will be traveling south in November, returning for the month of December to celebrate the holidays...and then traveling south again in January. Since I will be home in Nashville during December, do I need to winterize for that month? I know...probably a stupid question.
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Will your RV be exposed to subfreezing temps? If so, then yes, winterize.
A frozen water heater, pump, and... is just no fun.
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If you are in sub freezing temps around the clock with no heat in the RV,yes winterize. If the temps drop overnight in the sub freezing temps and up above to 40 or so day time most RV's even without heat will be good.

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Can you keep it heated? That would be the easiest.
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