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General Maintenance Guidelines for RV Plumbing Systems

The manufacter's limited warrenty and the limited warranties issued by the component manufactor's require periodic service and maintenance. The owner's failure to provide this service and/or the maintenace may result in loss of warranty coverage for that item.

Typical Maintenance Schedule for RV Plumbing Systems

Plumbing Systems

Pre-Trip

Mthly

6 Mths

12 Mths

As Required

Lines & Fittings: Inspect & Tighten

Due

 

 

 

Due

Water Lines: Winterize

 

 

 

 

Due

Fresh Water: Sanitize

 

Due

 

 

Due

Waste System: Flush

 

Due

 

 

Due

Water Heater: Manufacturer Maintenance Instructions

 

 

 

 

Due

Water Heater: Flush when not in use

 

 

Due

 

 

Water Heater: Inspect burner/pilot operation

 

Due

 

 

 

Water Heater: Replace Anode Rod

 

 

 

Due

Due

Water Heater: Check for Soot (incomplete combustion)

Due

 

Due

 

 

Water Heater: Inspect & Clean Exterior Vent Screen

Due

Due

 

 

 

Inspect all sewer connections and hoses for damage or leakage

Due

Due

 

 

Due

Inspect fresh water hoses, replace if necessary

 

 

 

Due

Due

This typical schedule is designed to reduce the chance of any warranty issue being denied as well as to ensure more trouble-free RVing as well as increased longevity of your recreational vehicle.

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