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It will condensate when you bring it back in from the cold so I wouldn't plug it back in right away when you bring it back inside.

Make sure it's back up to room temperature and dry before plugging it in.
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Originally Posted by charliehorse55 View Post
As long as the temperaute outside isn't going below 0, you shouldn't have to do anything to your loop. If you do want do subzero runs I suggest adding some ethylene glycol to the loop to lower your loop's freezing point.
yea but the drafts from warm air inside it was probably 90 degrees F in my room mixing with the sub 0 degrees C air outside would not have caused ice in my loop so I wasent worried about that.
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