Originally Posted by NO3putt
Really don't know if you turn off the mater battery switches, but since you have shore power why turn them off. We leave ours on all the time just to make sure the battery are fully changed.
Well, I leave it covered all winter. To get at the master switches, I have to unstrap, and open the doors to get at them.
I was thinking about leaving it unplugged for every other week to cut down on the batteries cooking the water in the cells. I didn't want to leave the switches on so the batteries would hold the charge longer.
So I just thought it would be nice if I could leave the switches of, and simply plug it in for a couple days and unplug it for a time without having to kneel in the snow to get to the switches..