There is another entire thread on this with pictures here:http://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f4...tml#post424499
You can go to the last post in the tread.
I reposted it because I was afraid some of you might not notice the final post - it could be important if you boondock or use solar.
This may not be a problem on all rigs - in fact its possible that my trailer was mis-wired from the factory - or that it's just the Eagle HT 26.5RLS that are wired this way - but you might want to check.
On my rig, the Slide controller AND the Levelup automatic leveling controller were wired directly to the battery - NOT on the other side of the battery disconnect switch. Since both of these units always draw 12v power, even when "off", they can drain your battery dead in a couple of weeks in storage. And if you boondock - you're burning power you don't need to be burning while parked.
You might want to move any levelup and/or slide controllers onto a separate disconnect switch so you can eliminate that power usage when boondocking.
Buddy Ray - Atlanta
Jayco Eagle HT 26.5RLS
Ford F150 Lariat, 3.5L V6 Ecoboost
Max Tow Pkg, 36gal tank
Reese Sidewinder and Reese Titan 16k hitch