Originally Posted by Dave_Monica
No problem leaving the tank heaters on as long there's something in the tank...they're thermostatically controlled. As far as heat in the camper, you only want to ensure that the temperature inside doesn't fall below freezing, so whatever heater/setting you need to accomplish that.
Dave, I just redid my underbelly a month ago. I saw the tank heaters for the first time. They're nothing more than a sticky heat pad. Are they really controlled? I kind of regretted not to replaced the two damaged ones while I was there (tore apart by the rodents). Erwin
Erwin and wife and family of 4 little ones
St. Louis MO
2004 FlagStaff 8528BHSS BunkHouse 30 foot 5th wheel
1999 F350 7.3L PSD Superduty, Super cab, long bed, auto, Dually
1995 F350 7.3L PSD, stick, dump bed work truck