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Old 04-30-2017, 11:00 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by bamaspiveys View Post
you would need to leave them "on/connected", otherwise they would not be connected to the charger/inverter.

Well if your correct that sucks because my house disconnect located by my stairs is off the one located near my battery and engine is on. Now I wonder if having my unit pigged in is doing nothing for my batteries. And I won't be home for months to check
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Old 04-30-2017, 11:36 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Sunny1 View Post
I don't keep mine plugged in when it's stored. I have two disconnect switches for the house and chassis batteries and do hit those switches, and I can hear the relays click up by the dash when I do that. However, If I were to keep it plugged in to charge the batteries, would I keep those switches connected, or disconnected? I've not really thought about it, and am asking because I'm sure someone on here knows waaaay more about it than I do!
Mine works the same way...1 momentary contact switch for the house battery's and 1 momentary switch for the main's. I also can hear the relays click when switches are used. I thought when the coach was just stored I should turn both sets of battery's off and the inverter would still keep the battery's topped off. I know when they are turned off that there are still some tings that get power cause my keyless entrance fob still unlocks the doors when they are off so who knows what else is still pull power. So do we have a definite answer on this ? plugged in or not and battery's on or off? What say the masses?
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