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Old 06-13-2014, 12:41 PM   #1
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battery charging

Own a 2502s mini lite with the built in battery cut-off switch. I have only camped in it once with no problems. Getting ready for my second trip tonight I plugged it in and turned on the fridge and looked down at the battery cut-switch and realized it wasn't on. I assume the battery won't charge with this switch off and the camper plugged in?
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Old 06-13-2014, 07:45 PM   #2
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Own a 2502s mini lite with the built in battery cut-off switch. I have only camped in it once with no problems. Getting ready for my second trip tonight I plugged it in and turned on the fridge and looked down at the battery cut-switch and realized it wasn't on. I assume the battery won't charge with this switch off and the camper plugged in?
On our unit, the battery quick disconnect cuts the power to everything except the power tongue jack. You may still be charging the battery when the trailer is connected to shore power. Quick check with a voltmeter if possible.
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