Originally Posted by Tracyt
We went Dry camping for the weekend, and after only 24 hours the battery in my Rockwood Mini Lite 2104S was dead?!? Fridge was on propane, only had occasional lights, water pump and water heater was on propane. Not sure what happened? I never had a problem in my other trailer? Anyone have this problem? Am I doing something wrong?
How do you know the battery was fully charged when you left? The trailer's battery monitor lights are notorious for inaccuracies.
Do you know if your tow vehicle is supplying a charge?
Both of these should be checked with a voltmeter.
As was mentioned, if you used the furnace, it can deplete a single battery in one night.
And anyone that dry camps or boondocks, should have at least 2 deep cycle batteries, not just one.
and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
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