draining water

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  1. mick noe

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    I have not needed to drain down water yet this year (only had 3 very mild frosty mornings so far this winter ) but with the cold weather predicted this weekend minus temps mean frozen pipes and damage to motorhome plumbing just a reminder to newbies to drain down before cold snap.(y)(y)
     
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    Yep, done ours and blown down the shower hose etc.. So fingers crossed...
     
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    Yes a good plan, I gave ours a BJ but used a small compressor. (y)
     
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    I always wonder why it's called a BJ when the opposite is supposed to happen? (n):LOL:
     
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    Thanks for the reminder done ours, drained the fresh water tank, Alde hot water tank, cassette flush water tank, made sure waste water and toilet cassette were also empty, left all taps in 'on' position, took shower head off, did the BJ :eek: then left the pipe lying in shower tray. Have also made sure no food left in cupboards to tempt the furry ones, hopefully have covered everything to get through the winter with no damage whilst in storage.(y)
     
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    Just leave the heating on.
    It was 23c in the van this morning and -2 outside
    We've been away in the van with it -18 outside and the pipes never froze
     
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    If I leave heating on I'm putting wife in it lol .
     
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    With the heat on. I would go out, In my case I might then avoid the Decorating??? (some hope!!)

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