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Old 11-17-2020, 04:27 PM   #1
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North Point Outside Kitchen

I am sure this question has been asked but it most likely is before my time. We have a 2016 Jayco North Point 311RKTS. The outside kitchen is part of slide 3 and includes the sink. We are keeping the heat on a lower setting rather than winterize as we intend to take off Friday, on another trip to the Virginia Beach area. Lows in North Georgia are in the mid 20's tonight, and my concern is the waterline to that outdoor sink. Should we keep that slide retracted on a bitter night to keep that water line protected?

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Old 11-17-2020, 05:05 PM   #2
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My 17 375 has the outdoor kitchen as well. We've been camping with the nite temps dipping into the upper 20's before, and the slide out, with no issues. However, IMO I think you have a good idea on closing that slide at nite. If you do take a look see inside to make sure the slide is not covering your heat vents to that area inside. Another option would be to insulate the water lines with the pool noodle looking insulation wraps.
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