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1  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Winterizing on: October 21, 2013, 05:22:09 pm
I live in the Hill Country. Although rare, it can go below 20 here on occasion.  We normally get 10 to 15 nights below freezing, so winterizing  is a must.  I know there are many owners in the Frozen North that winterize their rigs. I was hoping to hear from some of them as to how they do it.

2  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Winterizing on: October 20, 2013, 10:16:37 pm
Thanks for your reply, Bob. I have always been concerned about the water in the inlet and outlet to the pump, plus the pump itself. Maybe that isn't a problem??  I know of people who have had to replace their water pump in the spring.  Otherwise, I follow the same procedure you describe.
3  Main Forum / General Discussion / Winterizing on: October 20, 2013, 08:13:56 am
I have a 2007 model 2400 that I recently purchased. I just finished winterizing it, and I had a difficult time doing it!  I previously owned a Dutch Star pusher and it had a hose at the control panel to introduce the antifreeze.  In the PC, the water pump is in a very tight space under the bathroom sink.  When I tried to get a piece of tubing on the inlet side of the water pump, it was just too confined to do it. I finally ended up putting antifreeze into the fresh water tank, which I really don't like to do.
     Now my question.  Have I missed something?  How do other owners winterize their rigs?  I really don't want to go through this again.
4  Main Forum / General Discussion / Re: Inverter on: October 03, 2013, 07:12:54 am
Thanks for the advice. Based on what you say, I think I am hearing a fan running.  I am a little confused about turning it off, however.  The only options I have are "inverter" or "line charge".   The fan runs in both of these.  It is loud enough to new mildly irritating if the radio, tv, etc is not on. 
5  Main Forum / General Discussion / Inverter on: October 02, 2013, 09:35:14 pm
I am new to this forum, but not new to RV'ing.  Wife and I full-timed 14 years in a big diesel pusher, then she got pancreatic cancer and died.   I thought that part of my life was all done, but now it is 5 years later, and I have a new lady and a 2007 pc2400.  You just never can tell.  Now my question.  I didn't have an inverter in the Dutchstar.   This inverter makes a fairly loud noise at all times.  Even to the point of being obnoxious.  Is this normal, or do I have a problem?  We just bought this, and are still working out the wrinkles.  Thanks for any help on this.
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