Another question before I hit the sack. The furnace would not work until I hooked up a propane tank. It would just click on and off a few seconds before it turned off. Is there any way to run the heat off of AC voltage?
I didn't see anyone respond to this question. Generally the furnace runs on gas only. There are
110VAC electrical resistance heater systems that you can buy and mount in the hot air discharge plenum of the furnace, but I highly doubt that one is installed on yours. If the trailer has an Air Conditioner, some of them have a heating element built into them. Look at the controls and see if there is a heat setting. If not, your out of luck. If you want electric heat, you need to do what most of us do - buy a 1500 watt space heater. (At campgrounds, we usually pay a flat fee for electric, no matter how much we use, so use of a space heater saves on gas.) If you do get a space heater, you need to take all the normal space heater precautions. Also, if the trailer has a 30 amp system, you probably can't run more than 1 heater, and not too much else (a 1500 watt heater pulls about 12-13 amps). If it's a 50 amp system, you can probably run 2 heaters, but you need to make sure they're on different circuits, as each circuit usually has a 15 amp breaker.