Made to Auburn, Cali yesterday afternoon and up until then, the A/C rarely cycled off. Now that it's 74 degrees outside and all the windows are open, we now are able to hear the water pump. We hear it pumping periodically when the water is running, like for dishes or shower, but occasionally hear it when no water is being used inside the rig at all. Is this normal?
The other day, we camped at a campground that was mostly decomposed granite for a surface. As we were leaving, we saw a huge puddle under the rig. I traced it back to the fresh water overflow. We had put about 1/2 tankfull of fresh water for washing hands, etc. while on the move. However, the night before, we were on city water and the water pump was OFF yet the fresh water tank was full. And the fresh water overflow was dripping mightily.
We'll be here for a couple of days so I'm hoping to know something before it's time to head back to Texas.
Has anyone else experienced this and if so, what were your findings?
We kept tripping the circuit breaker the other night, spoke with our eldest who has a travel trailer, he told us he runs his fridge totally on propane. So we switched over and everything is still frozen rock solid and no more circuit breaks. Now, on the control panel is a switch labeled Water Heater. If we want to run the WH on propane, is this how we accomplish that?
I've left a message at Forest River to speak to a tech but haven't heard back yet. It's only been a couple of hours, though.
As always, thank you for your advice and support.