Hello, I have a propane
question my folks asked me to post. They dont have a Fiberglass RV but since it's a propane
question I figured I could still find them an answer here. They have a 2008 Arctic Fox 5th wheel. They bought their home in Wyoming last year and were there for part of the winter. Long enough to realize they lose electric on a regular basis and sometimes for days. They want to be able to use their 5th wheel when they lose electric. Just the propane
system, not the water system. They were camped last year in WY in Oct. (house shopping) when a freak early snowstorm hit. They lost propane they figure due to the regulator or something freezing. They knew both 30 lb tanks were full. Once the temps came up a bit the propane started working again. It wasnt below zero they think it was in the 20's but cant remember for sure. At first I thought about heat tape etc but then realized this requires electricity so they would have no way of keeping it on. Anybody ever have this happen and is there some way of keeping the propane system from freezing? Their tanks aren't even exposed as they are inside the body of the 5er and it being an Arctic Fox it's a 4 season trailer.
Thanks for any suggestions.