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Old 03-30-2023, 09:57 PM   #1
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Freezing Temps while on the road

We are going through Colorado on our way back home east. I thought by April, I wouldn't have too much to worry about. This next week there are a couple of days forecasted to be 32 high 19 low. I have a 2019 Beacon and have not winterized in a few years and can't remember for the life of me how I got antifreeze into the lines. I'm not sure I even need to mess with antifreeze as I have a compressor that can blow the lines out. I also will have the RV plugged into 50 amp power and running heat around the clock.

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You will probably be good with blowing it out with the compressor. Since you have heat, antifreeze in the traps it's not necessary.

When I travel in the winter, I use a small ceramic heater is my water bays to keep the temps above freezing. It helps a great deal.
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