Originally Posted by gitarwmn
Hello, I'm in my first few months full timing in my Thor Daybreak Class A. I've winterized my water hose with heat tape and put lights in my under compartments for heat. I know I should leave the furnace on during very cold weather (under freezing) but what about the water heater? Should I leave the water heater on when the weather gets very cold? It runs on both propane and electric and right now we are wintering in a full hook up park. Any advice for the newbie about wintering in the Pacific Northwest is much welcome. Thanks
Pacific Northwest doesn't get real cold for any length of time. Close enough to ocean to keep it above freezing most of the time.
Steve and Sheri with Archie (and Hiro, R.I.P.)
2000 Winnebago 35U, Ford F53/6.8l V10
F150 Ford and Vintage Aspencade.