Originally Posted by Brandon_rss18
Thank you everyone! I will go out there tomorrow and look for a switch under my propane tanks. In the mean time, how do I get this battery back up to charge? Do I need a battery charger? I know they are deep cycle batteries but I am new to this. Is there possibly a power inverter on it? If I hook it up to a 30 amp circuit will that charge the battery in any way? Thanks so much for yalls help. If there is no battery disconnect switch, I will order one and install it. In the mean time, I will disconnect the battery.
I purchased my Vibe last April. It sat for 2 weeks before we were able to use it and found the battery "deader than a door nail!" Plugged the TT electrical cable into the TV to make the jack work. Put a battery charger on it all the time now, but the damage was done! It won't hold 12v but a few days, even with the battery cables disconnected! Had it in the shop a few months later for warrantee work and Funtown in Cleburne did nothing, said it was ok.
Since the warrantee is almost expired, it's in the shop again getting final items repaired (brakes, water system leaks) and reported to them about the battery issue again. Maybe (since they have a new service rep without any TT experience) he will replace it! I asked him about pricing a batt disconnect switch, but hasn't gotton back to me yet on that after a week.
Moral of the story is if the batt goes dead/flat/etc., it crippled and you can never rely on it again!