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Old 09-23-2017, 03:15 PM   #1
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Tomorrow the low will reach 28 I've heard to disconnect water hose from RV and run the inside heater. That is supposed to keep the pipes from freezing. Will that work. Or your ideas. We are in a 17 3921GKL


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Tomorrow the low will reach 28 I've heard to disconnect water hose from RV and run the inside heater. That is supposed to keep the pipes from freezing. Will that work. Or your ideas. We are in a 17 3921GKL


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Four years ago, we were in the Florida panhandle. During February, the temperature went down to 19 degrees one night. The only issue we had was that the supply line did freeze up. I had to use hair dryer to thaw out hydrant and I had an extra hose to replace the one that froze up. If I had been paying closer attention to the weather forecast, I would not have had an issue. I could have let the hydrant drip and it would not have frozen.
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