Originally Posted by wifeytojosh
We have never dry camped before but I would like to. My concern is if I buy another battery, is there a switch somewhere that I should be turning off so I don't kill another battery.
In 2010 you may or may not have a battery disconnect switch.
You CAN just unhook the positive battery cable when not in use.
Or you can install a battery disconnect switch that you can turn on or off.
I leave my camper plugged in 24/7 to keep my batteries charged.
Again if you don't leave your camper plugged in while not in use your battery will go dead and the only way to prevent that other than leaving it plugged in is to disconnect the battery positive post.