Battery drain-okay to disconnect?
Last weekend we camped with electric service, so the battery should have been fully charged when we got home. After two days parked at home with pretty much everything off (except for those sneaky things that use battery without you knowing), the CO monitor was alarming and couldn't be attributed to any propane leak or other source. A search here indicated it could be a low battery. We plugged in the Roo and the alarm stopped after a bit.
I read here that it is good to leave your unit plugged into AC when sitting, but for us that just isn't practical. I disconnected the battery terminals and plan on storing it that way in between trips. My question is two-fold. Should a new battery drain within two days, and is there any reason why disconnecting the battery between trips would be bad?
2016 Roo 21SS
2005 Ford Excursion-Sherman
Mods so far:
PI hardwired EMC, Wire Shelving in wardrobe
Plexiglass screen door protector, Blue LED Wine nook
stairs, and counting...