Emptying Water Containers

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  1. FirstJood

    FirstJood Read Only Funster

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    A gentle reminder to everyone, please, please please DON'T forget to empty water containers contained within your units, waste, grey and more inportantly your ordinary onboard water container, ESPECIALLY if it feeds your boiler/water heater. Mine froze last year and caused a few problems and I don't want it to happen to anyone else.
     
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    Another one to remember, if you have the water strainer before the pump, its a clear round plastic jobbie about the diameter of a fish paste jar and about 45mm high, that needs to be removed or empted also, I know coz mine froze last time.:thumb:
     
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    Gone one better Dane.....i took the whole damned pump off :thumb:


    but only 'cos it needs repairs :RollEyes:
     
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    And don't forget your Nature Pure if you have one, they charge £50 for the plastic pot the filter goes in. :Eek!: Bob.
     
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