Originally Posted by buddy300
I've left the Genisis 3 on when I was using it for surround sound on the television.
The Genisis 3 is never completely off. The Genesis has a remote control. The Genesis 3 has receiver that is always ON waiting for the Remote Control to send a signal to turn on the Genesis. The Genesis 3 also has a clock, and that clock is always drawing a bit of power even if the display is off. The Genesis 3 has a memory for retained radio stations. The memory takes a bit of power.
The same would be true for any other remote controlled accessory in the camper - a remote controlled Fantastic Fan for instance. Or a charging station with a USB outlet. Ours has a blue light that is always on.
I forgot to turn off the main 12v power switch the other day. While my battery was low, I measured a .3A draw on the battery from the ghost power users.