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Old 01-03-2021, 05:05 AM   #81
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My own experience with blowing out lines has convinced me that antifreeze is the way to go. We had a Colorado summer home. When we would leave we always had it blown out, either by myself or professionally. Every Spring when we opened I had multiple repairs of the water lines to make. At retirement we moved there full-time. We bought our camper and I always winterize it with RV antifreeze. Never had a problem. I don't think a single winter went by when we didn't have temperatures of 10 below and colder.
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Old 01-03-2021, 11:07 AM   #82
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It's sorta like Spock walks into the bar from Cheers and Cliff Claven strikes up a conversation with him, and then a few blokes from Monty Python chip in with irrelevant insights.

Occasionally enlightening, always entertaining.
It is pretty amusing, and hard to look away, like a train wreck.....
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