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Old 04-08-2015, 09:15 PM   #1
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When MH is plugged in should the battery disconnect switch be turned off? Also, should the bay door to the battery compartment be left open to let air circulate?
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No you leave the battery connect switches both on. No need to leave your bay door open.
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If you disconnect your batteries, they will not be trickle charged while it is stored. If your coach isn't plugged in while in storage, then you may want to disconnect them to keep from having them drained.
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