Not if you keep an eye on the battery water level. However - this has a lot to do with what inverter/charger you are using, battery age, and how you use the RV. Mine has been plugged in for 11 years and the only issue has been that a battery exploded because I didn't recognize the warning indications that it was failing (it progressively used a lot more water that the other battery). Like everything else on an RV, you need to learn your 12V system, clean all the connections, keep an eye on the fluids, know what normal indications are, and recognize 'not normal' indications.
Tom and Amy from Northern Virginia.
2000 Allegro 454/Workhorse P32/TST/Crossfire
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