Originally Posted by bikendan
the indicator doesn't show true battery power if you're hooked to shore power.
it'll always show full when hooked up.
you should have a good 3-stage converter/charger, so you don't need to disconnect the battery. just keep an eye on the water level once in awhile.
Your info is a big help! Obviously my first TT...
Last September, I bought it on a Friday and hauled it off the lot Saturday. My "orientation" was a quick tour of the locks, storage, fridge, microwave and stove. The sales guy handed me a big folder packet and said, "It's all in there". Lol !!! Not quite!
I bought it from a motorhome consignment place in Texas, and they only had these to satisfy insurance regulation requirements. Listed for $17,000; they sold it to me for $9,700, so I'm not complaining one bit!
I'll hang around the forum and try to learn more. Again, thanks for the info.