Originally Posted by Morich
Very little to worry about the level when storing, much like a car---unless you are wanting to use the frig and that can become a problem if you are running it on propane rather than electricity but that also has to be pretty extreme as it makes the small flame go up in a way that it doesn't always hit the correct spot to make it cool.
Basic idea, if you have trouble walking in the RV, consider not using the frig on gas?
Agreed. We put ours up on ramps to get it “reasonably level”, when we don’t plan on using it for a month or so, or I need to work on it and get the slides out. The residential 110v electric refrigerator works fine, and, although I haven’t actually measured the degree of slope, there’s a ten inch drop front front to rear on our 27’ rig.
We keep it on the ground, mostly because we want to be able to pull it out and use it more frequently and it’s a hassle getting it up and down the ramps. But the other reason is we live in a high fire danger area and if I have to get out of here quickly, I don’t want to be worrying about clearing ramps, I just want to pull out...
When we do ramp up, I go only 6”up in the back, (on one side 5” on the other), and of course nothing up front, as our driveway slopes down towards the back. Higher than that, and I worry about side winds with it elevated too much (Camco recommended no more than 4” height on their pads).
Hope that helps...