Originally Posted by Paintinfool3
you can check the draw on the battery with each thing running and also with nothing on with a multimeter set to check amps and test across negative post to negative wire disconnected from post.
The easy way (or lazy like me) to do it, if your TT has a 30 amp blade fuse by the battery, is to remove the fuse and with a meter that can measure amps, insert the meter probes into the fuse holder. Make sure you have shore power disconnected first, and a charged battery. Most meters will accept a 10 amp load.
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