Yet ANOTHER winterizing question...
In reference to our 2015 Redhawk...
It stays hooked with 2 ceramic heaters running, and the furnace set at 50 degrees, as a backup. That was fine in the Jay Flight TT to keep anything from suffering freeze damage, but this is our first motorhome, and I want to make sure that it's safe.
I plan to open the inside access hatch to the water valves and water filter area to keep warm air circulating in there, and keep about 4 inches of water in all of the tanks (for expansion room).
Keeping in mind that we don't get a lot of hard freezes in this part of West Virginia, can I get some comments as to whether this will be sufficient to keep the unit safe from the winter temps?
2016 Redhawk 26XD
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