I know its a little late to to talk winterizing, but... I'm wondering what to expect when i go pick up my trailer in the spring. I did all my winterizing before i took my trailer in for warranty work at the end of the season. I blew out all the water lines with air and drained the water tanks and pump and all that stuff. But in my hurry to get the trailer to storage during our first snow fall of the year (in October) i didn't take the time to level the trailer and open the slide, which i need to do to get in the bathroom. So because i couldn't get into the bathroom, i wasn't able to put plumbing antifreeze down the p-trap. I got it down the sink drain though. I remember thinking at the time at least if something happens, i can just fix the p-trap. But maybe there will be enough room for ice to expand in the trap. Any thoughts? What about the grey tank, there would have been some water that was drained after blowing the lines.
2013 Jayflight 25BHS Elite
TV: 2002 Chevrolet 1500HD Crew Cab 3.73 Gears