Originally Posted by BCRider
Just wondering if you resolved your issue with the warm/hot safety valve. My Georgetown MH has a hot valve as well and I'm curious if this is an issue.
What prompted me to explore and find the hot valve was I have been having trouble with battery life when dry camping. I assume that a hot valve means that its drawing power which would be an unwanted drain on my batteries.
The valve is normally closed
it must have 12V holding it open.
so far weíve found 2 things we could live without.
1. The steps always open, makes it kind of hard to get out when legally parked (less than 18Ē from the curb).
2. The propane valve is TOO HOT TO TOUCH,