Battery cut-off switch
I've got a 2012 Georgetown 351DS and I seem to be battling a power issue on a regular basis. When I store my coach for any longer than 2 weeks, my house batteries are dead. When I flip the coach house power switch up, the light inside the switch doesn't have enough power to light up. It's that dead. I'm suspecting the propane/carbon monoxide detector, which still receives power with the coach house switch off, is slowly killing the house batteries.
My father-in-law, another Forest River owner, said he's got a cut-off switch under the tongue of his 5th wheel that can kill power from the batteries to anything that might draw it out, such as the detector.
Does anyone know if my coach has a switch, perhaps hidden from plain view, to completely kill power to everything in the coach? I took a picture of two circuit breakers and I think popping them will kill power but I thought I'd do my due diligence and ask you fine folks.