This question has been asked 100 times
But I can't seem to find a good answer.
I just purchased a 2015 Coachmen Apex Nano 193BH. It comes with a WFCO WF-8735P inverter (I think it's called an inverter).
Anyway, I am storing the trailer at my house and have shore power (115V) available. My plan is to take the trailer out about once a month for weekend trips.
In what electrical configuration should I have the trailer during the 30 days it's not being used?
A) Connected to shore power, batteries connected.
B) Disconnect from shore power, battery negative terminals removed.
During winter months I plan to run a dehumidifier and small electric heater (Pacific NW so winters not too cold). Obviously during these times I will need to go with option A.
Thanks! Sorry for the long and tangled question!
2014 Ford F-150
2015 Apex Nano 193BHS
2016 Nights Camped: 13