I am posting this as a warning to potential buyers of new fuel cans, we got 2 of these at a local Lowe's store and I was not happy with the anti-flame net inserts this prevented the use of a electric pump till I removed them but the worst thing about them is they have no vent. I went to use the last of the fuel in one of the cans for our lawn mower after a camping trip and when I put the spout into the tank and press the nozzle button the pressure inside the can shot air into the lawnmower tank spraying me in the face and eyes with gasoline.
Avoid the type of can without a external vent on them if possible.
Our fifthwheel only came with a power fan in the bathroom and we have not forked over the money yet to have any installed, maybe later. On our last trip out it got into the mid 80's and the breeze coming through the windows was not enough so out came our Fan-Tastic Vent Endless Breeze 12 volt box fan, they are only 14" fans but put out 900 cfm on high and it did the job. It ran on low over night and drained our battery 6% which was acceptable for staying cool.
Ok here is a stinky, smelly, shitty subject (pun intended) to have to talk about but it is necessary and may save someone from wasting money buying snakes that won't work. Now I have heard boiling water will free a clog or you could buy a chemical and wait for it to clear. What you will need will depend on your drain setup, some drop straight down into the tank some like mine go down the turn and move over a few feet the drop down. If yours drops straight down it should be easier to clear with just something straight an stiff to push through the blockage, if yours is like mine don't waste your money on snakes that are to small like these.
I had one like the one above already and bought one like the bottom one, they are not big enough around to do the job easily which is what you want and are not stiff enough. A shorter 6' snake like below with at least a 1/2" dia snake would do the job better.
I will buy one like this next, I just used a larger 20' version I had at home.
I would try the hot water method first, then I would just go to a larger snake to begin with.
Ok so I have to say the rear view camera has been a very good investment. I can blindside back into our driveway at home with no problems, I can turn the camera downward and back up to our flat bed trailer and hook up without help and repeatedly getting out and going back to check so a time so a time saver there and with the volume turned up you can even hear what is going on back there. I like being able to see the traffic coming up behind us also. If I had to do it over I would have opted for the larger 7" screen model but I didn't want to spend that much then, I may still do it and I will add a camera on the back of the pickup cab for hooking up and at least one on the passenger side to aid in passing.