One friendly reminder for those who have 30 amp RV's and using the electric heating element (or those 50 amp RV'ers connected to a 30 amp power supply with an adapter):
At the time when the element is actually energized and heating the water, it will draw 12 amps.
You may need to be mindful of your other high draw appliances, so you won't trip breakers when the electric heating element is on.
You probably will not be able to use the air/conditioner, microwave, and heating element at the same time...... since the heating element alone will use 40% of your available 30 amps when it's energized.
Just something to remember, in case you start tripping breakers. If this happens, just practice some energy management and don't turn on certain high amp appliances at the same time. It may take a little trial and error to learn what can be on (and what must be off) at the same time.
Here is a link to a list of average current draws posted by F1100Turbo that may help everyone understand what the more common appliances use:
normal appliance amp draws
When only heating the water on propane, then that's 12 amps available for other things.
Now back to your regularly scheduled program.