Originally Posted by kennythornton74
2014 Grey Wolf 26RL. Should I drain my battery periodically to recharge or leave it charged non stop on shore power?
You should keep them charged when not in use. If you are using your WFCO converter to charge them make sure that it will drop down to 13.2 voltage to them. If you are using the WFCO converter, make sure you keep an eye on the water level. A WFCO will not drop down to 13.2 or float unless it doesn't read any loads such as parasites like CO detector and your radio for 48 hrs. (read the WFCO manual) It will stay at 13.6 unless you pull the fuse or disconnect if wired direct (CO) to those two things and anything else that you find that will stay on. You can also pull your disconnect an put a battery tender on for the trickle charge. I would take a reading with a DC meter and see what your WFCO is putting out to be safe. A reading of 13.6 will gas your battery which will make your water get lower then your battery plates then you have lost the battery. Hope that helps a little.