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Old 06-21-2016, 09:25 AM   #29
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Wait. Are we talking about the chassis battery, not the house battery?Different ball game. Close the doors, connect your ammeter, wait a minute or two, check if the current drops.

(Btw, I meant 'only 30W' as in it's easy to reach 30W of parasitic draw. I agree that 30W will drain a battery quickly)




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He's been talking chassis battery all along.

Trying to measure my chassis battery parasitic drain with this digital amp meter.....

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Gee, sorry harleyjt.

I was confused by the mention of the battery disconnect in this thread:
Why is my chassis battery discharging?

I didn't know some chassis batteries have disconnects.

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Wait. Are we talking about the chassis battery, not the house battery?Different ball game. Close the doors, connect your ammeter, wait a minute or two, check if the current drops.

(Btw, I meant 'only 30W' as in it's easy to reach 30W of parasitic draw. I agree that 30W will drain a battery quickly)




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Yes chassis battery. Never thought of waiting a min or two...will try that
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