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Battery maintenance is essential. Once the batteries are reinstalled (if they’ve been removed), check the electrolyte level and fill with distilled water, if applicable. Seal the terminal with battery-terminal spray to prevent corrosion. If there’s rust on the battery trays or in the compartment, consider removing the batteries and repainting the compartment.
Flush the water system with fresh water before opening the bypass valves on the water heater to eliminate any residual antifreeze in the system. Consider flushing the water heater before reinstalling the drain plug on the outside of the motorhome.


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