Originally Posted by Remark777
Thanks for the input. Sounds like I need to get in habit of disconnecting electric to trailer when stopped for a long stretch. Also do believe new battery on TT will fix much of this issue. Do you need a certain type of battery to use with solar panels?
With your truck off, take a volt meter and probe your connection on the truck to see if you have power there all the time. Then you will know if you 'have to' un plug the trailer if stopped for any length of time. If there is 'no' power with the truck off, now turn it on and probe the plug, and see if you now have power.
Is your Alternator on your truck putting out the correct voltage to charge your battery, camper stuff, and camper battery, etc. (13.5 v +)
With your truck running and your camper plugged into it, check the out put to the battery. Is it charge above 12 v?
Have both the truck and camper battery's charged up by a battery charger and then take them to a Auto Zone/ O'Reilly and have each 'load tested'.
As for your propane leak, look for a cross threaded connection (had one on mine). The installers are in a hurry and will slam them together and not 'check for leaks'.
imo, don't use your propane until you find the leak.....