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Old 06-26-2011, 09:46 AM   #1
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Default Are you supposed to drain the hot water after use?

When I am done camping am I supposed to drain the hot water heater? If so, how do you do so?
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No. You don't need to drain the water system unless you are winterizing. It is actually better to keep the water system wet. The water could get a little funky after sitting for 6 months or so but flushing it with fresh water then sanitizing the system with bleach water is all you need to do.
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Except as part of the winterizing procedure. There is usually a nylon drain plug that unscrews. Make sure you have the pump off and a faucet open and the water is cold. I undid it with it pressurized once it shot my socket wrench across the driveway and sprayed me with water. Very unpleasant in October but luckily no witnesses.
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