Originally Posted by Sagecoachdriver
After all this, I discovered that after switching the battery cut-off to OFF, there is still a -2ahr draw showing on both my battery monitor and clamp-on amp meter. That's almost 5 amps per day and half the capacity in 2 weeks. A disconnect on the negative or just replacing the nut with a wing nut should allow complete disconnect, right?
That sounds a lot like the fridge climate control.
2 amps DC (24 Watts) is not a lot of power. (does not point to a DC tank heater)
Parasite draws (clock in the radio or Propane detector) should be no more than 6 or 700 milliamps.
RV incandescent lamp left on in is 1.2 amps though, just to give you an idea of what you are looking for.
Want model is your fridge? If there is no switch to turn it off, there is a mod to the fridge light (power source for the defroster - climate control) that you might want to investigate.
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