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Old 10-18-2018, 08:23 AM   #1
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2010 Via Batteries

I just replaced my batteries on the Via. Located in the step well they are open to the bottom of the coach. I live in Oklahoma and the problem with them was they froze. Has anyone else had this problem? Is there a way to insulate them to protect them? I am from the south. Because I had not winterized ever I stupidly did not consider winterizing. Cost me: 1 Keurig coffee maker (inside tank froze and burst), a waterheater (1000.00) and now 2 batteries (350.00) this year I winterized. Had it done professionally. Small price to pay compared to cost of frozen. Any ideas?
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If the RV is stored for the winter, remove the batteries and store them in an area where they won't freeze.
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