Ok, I have my camper set up full time at a lake community. They are calling for Thursday to be 51, then down to 25 that night, then back up to 54 Friday. And after that, above freezing temps for the next week. Now, Im thinking, it will be fine for just the one night. But wanted to be sure. What do you guys think?
Also, I went on Keystones website and watched the video on how to winterize, but I still have a question. Once I hook up the air line to the garden hose fitting of the camper, should I open all the water valves at the same time? Or just open one, then close it, then go to the next one?
Ok, one more question. Why should I drain the hot water tank? I know it wouldn't hurt to drain it just to remove any build up, but as far as winterizing. If I blow out the lines, wouldn't that blow out the water heater as well?
2011 Keystone Hideout 38BHDS