My RV is in storage for now (I'm a "part-timer"), but I have a trip planned soon. There will be freezing temps for about four nights. Do I need to take any precautions with the water heater?
I cannot run the electric water heater because I'm already running two space heaters (one in kitchen and one in bathroom) and my RV is 30 amp. Plus, I have the "Arctic Pak" heater on for the tanks.
I cannot run the propane because the RV is stored in a commercial facility (which means I really shouldn't be running the space heaters, but I'm crossing my fingers). I do have a "plug in" at the storage facility.
Is there anything I should do for the water heater? Today I turned the space heaters off and ran the electric water heater all day. I'm hoping that will warm up the water and keep it.... ok.... all night.