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Old 11-15-2018, 07:48 PM   #1
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Fresh Water Tank Winterizing

After I drain my fresh water holding tank there's still an inch of water in the bottom of the tank. When this water freezes will it damage the holding tank?
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Mike--that amount of water shouldn't be a problem since there'll be plenty of room for it to expand if it freezes.
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Mike I usually blow down my lines and leave all faucets open
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Hello,

Is this what you mean?
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The fresh water tank and water heater both have a bit of water remaining after draining, but not enough to matter. Never put RV anti-freeze into either of them.
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