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Date:         Sat, 5 Nov 2005 22:26:04 -0700
Reply-To:     Richard A Jones <jones@COLORADO.EDU>
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From:         Richard A Jones <jones@COLORADO.EDU>
Subject:      Re: water tank winterization
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Drain your tank, but also, drain the P-trap under the sink. There is a small bolt in the bottom with a flat, flared head that you can unscrew and it will drain the water from the trap. If you don't and it freezes, you can crack the plastic and then have a leak under the sink next year.

If this has never been done, the small bolt might be hard or impossible to unscrew.... How do I know all this?....

You can (barely) see what I'm talking about in the NW corner of the hemispherical P-trap in the pix at GoWesty:

Richard A Jons Boulder, Colorado

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