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Old 09-25-2012, 06:15 AM   #15
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Check for a switch on the inverter. On mine the inverter switch by the door was off, but the inverter was still sending power to the TV. Donnt know why.. I switched it off on the inverter and have had few battery problems. All good replies just try them till something works.

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Old 09-26-2012, 01:26 PM   #16
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donhoward49, Thanks!
i went to the MH today to make sure that my inverter was switched off. it was and there was no power goint to the tv. when i switched the inverter on i then got power to the tv, so i am assuming that the switch on the monitor panel is working correctly.......
then while searching for other possible drains i discovered that the thermostatically controled power vent over the bed was set at "max heat" (the lever was moved all the way to the right) and i noticed on the panel that all the way over to the left was "off" !!!!! even though this vent never turned on while cooling the refer at night, was it still drawing power from the battery?????

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