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Old 09-24-2018, 10:38 PM   #1
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Location: La Crosse
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Cold Weather Living in a 377RLBH questions

Hello all,

Lucked into a camp host position in Custer State Park and will be here until mid to late October. Seeing as there are below freezing temps in the forecast for this week and even some snow by Friday I wanted to ask a few questions.

We have a Norcold fridge with an ice maker, what do the rest of you do if you are still living in the camper to keep the line from freezing (both the line under the slide and the line to the solenoid)?

Any tips on keeping the hose from freezing? Do you just keep the water running, buy one of those way overpriced heated hoses, or make your own heated hose?

Should I be concerned about the water port on the door side of the trailer?

Any other hints/tips/suggestions?
2018 Chevy Silverado 3500HD
2019 North Point 377RLBH
Full Timing with our 2 boys (4 y.o. and 1 y.o.), dog (Giant Schnauzer), and cat.
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