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Old 01-18-2011, 02:27 PM   #1
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I never thought but when you are traveling and you are hooked to your truck, i am wondering if you have something turned on in your trailers i.e. lights or heater where does it get the power ......battery??? I suppose the point would be to make sure everything is turned off but if you forget i guess your battery is being used. Am i correct?
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Old 01-18-2011, 06:24 PM   #2
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The TV will be charging the TT batteries during travel so if you did leave something on I doubt it would hurt anything.

As for leaving the heater on it might not be a good idea...
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If it is a factory installed furnace and weather dictates heat then nothing wrong in leaving furnace on. Same for frig. other items I keep off. Be sure to turn off any items prior to pulling up to gas pump and turn on after away from gas pump. Even if you use diesel there may be gas close by
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Actually it depends on if you have a charge line from the Tow Vehicle to the TT. On most GM trucks you must install a fuse and hook up the line in a relay box under the hood. They do not come hooked up from the factory.
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