Originally Posted by tbrock2910
Yes, we ran the furnace last night as well as today. We are currently living in RV. If the hose is hooked up directly to the spigot everything works after my husband stood for nearly 2 hours with a hairdryer on the pipes.
We currently have a heater sitting in front of pipes. He has put AF in all lines at this point with the exception of the Refrig. We cannot get any water or AF flow thru the water dispenser on the fridge and have no idea why. I have called the location that we bought from and they were NO HELP - wanted us to bring it in for the weekend.
If one of the outside 'pipes' you are talking about is the outside hose, there are heated hoses available.
EDIT: One of your posts said you have the 'Winter Package'.
If you are living in the unit and keeping it heated, that should prevent trailer water lines from freezing (there should be a heat from the furnace into the under belly of the trailer). After filling the trailer's fresh water tank and using the trailer's pump, you could remove the outside water hose.
I believe there are one or more water shutoff valves for the fridge for some units with ice makers. Check your notes from your PDI (Pre-Delivery Inspection). The valves were (or should have been) covered the PDI. Sorry, but I have no idea where the valves might be.
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