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Old 01-22-2017, 03:13 PM   #1
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2015 HR Ambassador Batteries

I am currently having a issue with the batteries in my 2015 Ambassador. I have the coach stored for the winter and have it plugged in to 110 volts. My batteries are dead after one month. Nothing was left on to drain them. I thought by plugging into 110 that it would maintain the batteries, it did fine last winter. Anybody have any ideas or can confirm that by being plugged in will keep the batteries charged. Thanks for the info.
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I am currently having a issue with the batteries in my 2015 Ambassador. I have the coach stored for the winter and have it plugged in to 110 volts. My batteries are dead after one month. Nothing was left on to drain them. I thought by plugging into 110 that it would maintain the batteries, it did fine last winter. Anybody have any ideas or can confirm that by being plugged in will keep the batteries charged. Thanks for the info.
even though your plugged in to 120V if your converter is not turned on the batterys will not charge and in some cases the 12V disconnect switch has to be on also
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