Originally Posted by Brother Les
So now you know that it takes about two weeks for your battery to run down. The alarms are telling you that. Put the battery on a charger for a hard charge. Then do one of two things if you are not going camping for awhile.
1) keep it plugged in to keep the battery charged
2) disconnect the battery so it will not run down.
It may be a good idea to put a 'battery disconnect switch' on your unit.
According to literature features, there should be a battery disconnect somewhere....
12 Volt Power Plug Hook-up
Monitor Panel Switch Station
55 Amp Converter With Charger
Battery Disconnect Switch
Solar Panel Prep
Recessed Ceiling LED 12 Volt Interior Lighting
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