Originally Posted by Jeff from Burlington Ont
I have a new Heritage Glen 368. Every time I leave the trailer in storage I make sure that all lights, inverter etc all all turned off. When I get back in about a week, the batteries are all run down.
I put 2 new batteries from a local distributor into the trailer shortly after picking it up, because I wanted to ensure I got the freshest ones possible and not ones that had been siting at Forest River for a year.
Looking at other posts, other trailers have disconnects, mine does not seem to have one. Attached is a picture of my electrical block above the primary battery box
Any thoughts on a mod?
Jeff, many brands of trailers don't have factory disconnect switches.
All RVS have parasitic power drains, newer ones even more.
Also, Forest River doesn't install the batteries, the dealer does.
The best disconnect switches are the marine type.
But you can also buy cheaper ones that cost around $6.
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