Turn off all of your gas appliances and exit your MotorHome while having your propane tank refueled.
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You might want to check your refrigerator door seal for cracks, mildew, and effectiveness. A bad seal will make your frig work too hard and affect it’s cooling capability.
If you have a hot water heating system in your coach have you checked the system coolant lately? Refer to your owners manual for the proper mixture and type.
Take a look at your windshield wipers. They take a beating from the sun and might be cracked. You’ll wish you would have checked them, and changed them, if you happen upon a rainy day.
Consider using a spray lubricant for your jack system shafts. Refer to your owners manual for what to use.
Before you store your coach for the winter you might want to consider adding a stabilizer to your fuel tank.
Tires, Tires, Tires. Check for wear, and proper pressures.
Keeping your frig exhaust flue clear of buildup will ensure good operation of your frig.
Make sure your roof-top holding tank vents are free of bird makings. Your holding tanks, etc, will work better.