Originally Posted by rockfordroo
If you simply turn of your gas bottles when you turn off your battery, this would not be a problem.
We if we have more than two weeks between trips ours goes to the storage lot. After it's parked, three things happen.
1. Fridge turned off and blocked open
2. Propane turned off
3. Battery disconnected (I don't want parasitic draw draining it)
Until recently, 3# meant disconnecting the negative terminal and tucking in into the battery box. I installed a battery switch
recently, so now we turn it off and hang the key inside the trailer.
Restcure (formerly JD and Beastlet)
2012 Rockwood Ultra-Lite 2701SS > ProPride 3P 1400 > 2013 F150 FX4 SC EB LB max tow 3.73s
John, Dawn, daughter Emily and Bella the camping kitty
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