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  1. #14
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    Oct 2010
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    Anderson, South Carolina, United States
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    It doesn't get anywhere close to that cold in my neck of tge woods, rarely below freezing, so I don't run into pipe freeze problems much but I have used this http://m.acehardware.com/product/ind...ductId=1292305 to keep water lines from freezing in certain instances.

  2. #15
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    Jan 2013
    Location
    Hayward, Wi.
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    Well, after insulating the intake pipe, it ran ok last night and I see no water dripping in.

    There is a frosty coating on the intake elbow opening that I hope will not close up the pipe. It was -22 last night though, and never got above zero today. Supposed to get to 10 above tomorrow. Yea!
    I lowered my blower speed to medium from high-medium while checking the temp rise between return and supply. It feels much more comfortable and quieter now.

    Thanks for everyone's help!

    Larry

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