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Road Runner

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This will be the first winter my baby is having to go it alone in storage with no heating.

Do you drain your tanks right down not just empty them in the usual way?

and if so how?
 

Geo

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Im guessing here John but i would have thought if there is room for expansion there will be no problems with the tanks, however your boiler and pipework have no such room and will require draining
Come On shoot me:ROFLMAO:
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Im guessing here John but i would have thought if there is room for expansion there will be no problems with the tanks, however your boiler and pipework have no such room and will require draining
Come On shoot me:ROFLMAO:
Geo


Thats what i thought but wanted it confirmed:winky:
 

American Dream

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Well I have drained my tanks completely using the flo jet pump

Flushed them with clean water and Sterilising fluid, and then the black tank with Toilet Fluid/water mix

Completely drained the water heater.

Just me though?
 

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