Originally Posted by MommaHuffman
Assuming the battery is old, I am buying a new one. I don't see any kind of "switch" for battery usage. Do most of you who winterize disconnect your battery? Do you physically take it out of the holder and store it somewhere climate controlled?
I installed a $5 battery disconnect switch on my dual batteries.
I simply turn the switch when the trailer is sitting for any length of time without shore power.
I stored it for 4 months during the winter, with no shore power.
When I picked it up in the spring, the batteries were still nearly full due to the disconnect switch.
You shouldn't allow a battery to get below 50% charge.
Sounds like you did numerous times, which shortens its life.
and Zoe the Wonder Dog(R.I.P.)
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Equalizer WDH and Prodigy BC