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Old 12-09-2010, 10:32 AM   #11
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yes,..the one w/a valve,only one,left front,prob near wtr tank...
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Old 12-09-2010, 12:09 PM   #12
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yes,..the one w/a valve,only one,left front,prob near wtr tank...
That is your tank drain. Your actual Low Points should be towards the rear which I believe you said you had already opened. Basically, you find the 2 tubes hanging down below the sticker that says Low Point Drain. Follow the tubes straight up the wall and imagine where you are at inside. Then go inside and look in the cabinetry for the valves. There will be one for cold and one for hot.

I don't know what the temps get like where you have the unit, but it is always better safe than sorry.
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Old 12-10-2010, 05:46 PM   #13
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I would use an electric heater. No sense in using your propane. To be sure the heat gets to all areas, I would open any cabinets or compartments that have pipes running through them. Sounds like maybe you could use your rig year round? If thats the case, I would even do a full fledged winterizing. Just make sure that heater stays on by checking it every couple of days.
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Old 12-11-2010, 08:51 AM   #14
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I would use an electric heater. No sense in using your propane. To be sure the heat gets to all areas, I would open any cabinets or compartments that have pipes running through them. Sounds like maybe you could use your rig year round? If thats the case, I would even do a full fledged winterizing. Just make sure that heater stays on by checking it every couple of days.
The trailer has the polar package in it. The piping is heated by the furnace in the trailer. Electric heaters won't always take care of keeping the piping from freezing. $27.00 worth of propane saves $800.00 in plumbing repairs.

Just food for thought.
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hey wes,..i have a question on this subject,..i have a 29 bhs 2010,..i pulled the plug on wtr htr,did the low point drains,climbed into the area UNDER the bunk beds,and drained that,..question is,...when i turned the low point drain,left sd near front,nothing came out...or ,very little...this drains the water tank,and under sink lines??
On my new Jayco, the low point drain valves have a small snap spring that I had to pull and pull the valve up to get anything out of the valves. I have no idea why they would put valves on there that you have to take apart to use them.
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We don't have the Polar Package but we don't drop below 32degrees more than a couple days in January. Odd weather here last month though as we had a couple of nights where we dropped to 30 degrees in NOvember. We put our furnace on for the night and that worked well for the short term
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