Originally Posted by JLeising
Great! I now check each time I connect to shore power - easy to do, just push the battery button on the control panel after shore power hook-up and check for four lights.
Just be aware that "4 lights" does not mean the batteries are charging; just that there is more than 12.7 volts available to the camper.
If there is a current path from the camper to the batteries, they will charge; if not; they won't. There still could be an open current limiter between the converter (makes 12 volt DC from 120 volt AC shore power) and the actual batteries.
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