We have a 2011 Jayco Eagle Superlite 29.5 RKS fifth wheel. It is currently sitting at an RV park. When we leave to go back home I always turn off the shore power and pull the in-line fuse on the positive terminal of the battery. When we get back and I replace the fuse and turn the shore power back on the LP/CO detector goes off (I believe it's a low battery warning). So what is draining the battery while we are gone? I have noticed that there is an orange wire on the positive side that is not interrupted by a fuse. Anybody know what that goes to?
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