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1/1: Have you ever had any plumbing lines freeze in your RV?

Yes 166 (24.63%)
No 508 (75.37%)
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Freezing RV Lines
Authored by: Normand on Monday, December 20 2010 @ 02:31 PM EST
lucky! always limited to outside hose !
normand
Freezing RV Lines
Authored by: campnqueen on Monday, December 20 2010 @ 05:47 PM EST
Never had plumbing lines INSIDE my RV freeze.. but have had the water hose freeze... had to thaw with the hair dry a 5:am in the morning. (I was living in a 27' Argosy when I worked at Piedmont Airlines (1988) in Tallahassee FL)
Freezing RV Lines
Authored by: campingman on Monday, January 03 2011 @ 12:40 PM EST
Just had the water pump freeze the other morning. We are at 1780' southern Ca. Temp was 28. First time I have had to drain the system.
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Authored by: Red Wolf on Monday, April 11 2011 @ 08:32 PM EDT
When we were near Las Cruces, NM in February of this year, our water lines froze inside. We didn't have the outside hose connected. We got water from the hydrant the first night, but used our spare water the next. Even the pump at the campground froze in the 2˚ cold. No problems later. The PEX lines came through fine.
Freezing RV Lines
Authored by: Red Wolf on Monday, July 18 2011 @ 10:47 AM EDT
In February near Las Cruces, New Mexico, we encountered 2˚ temperatures. Everything froze in the coach and the water pump at the park froze too. Luckily we carry extra water on board and survived quite well. Semper Paratus, as the Coast Guard son says.