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Old 09-23-2017, 09:37 PM   #1
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Location: Lloydminster
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Bypassing outdoor kitchen sink

Hello everyone. We upgraded to a 32TSBH with an outdoor kitchen last year. Some last minute changes are forcing us to camp into the western Canadian winter this year.

Not a big deal as this unit has the Thermal Package, however I just realized that the plumbing to the outdoor sink is not thermally protected at all. I'm really surprised by this, but some research has told me it's not uncommon.

So to fix this, I've decided to put quick couplers on each water line so that I can drain the outside lines and tuck the couplers inside the frame, then cover the hole to keep them in the heat.

I'm curious though, is there any reason I should couple the hot and cold pressurized lines together, or just leave them essentially capped separately? Would it help with winterizing, or would they drain just fine separate? I'm somewhat concerned as I'll likely be winterizing the unit when it is very cold out, so the less I have to do outside the better!

Thanks for any tips!


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