I went camping this past weekend, low temps in high 20s. When I arrived to camp it was 7 PM, temp in T@b was 53. I turned on the electric to 2, also turned on the propane and set thermostat to 75. In AM when I woke, temp was 72. I thought was working ok. The next morning, similar temps. I did leave the propane on as I was not sure how much the electric only could handle? When is it ok to not use the propane? And is it normal to take hours for it to get warm in those kinds of temps?
When I went to shower however, I did not have normal hot water. I pressed the water booster a few minutes before turning on the water. I had only the hot knob on and had barely lukewarm water. Later in the day, I tried the outdoor shower and the same result.
Suggestions? Have I done something wrong? The glycol gurgles. I used a multimeter and checked the fuse marked Alde at the breaker box and I pulled both glass fuses from Aide and checked those. All appear functioning. The hot water adjustment knob I was told was turned up all the way and this appears to be the case when I checked it. The camper is brand new. Thanks!
2018 T@b 400