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Old 07-12-2014, 05:05 PM   #1
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Question about leaving tt hooked to TV

I tried the search option but couldnt find any solid hits, so forgive me if its a repeat. Ive got our TT hooked to the TV now, and Im considering leaving it hooked up until we leave in 3 days. Is it ok to leave it attached to the TV while were loading and getting it ready to go, or should I detach and ;evel like I was at a site?

Its currently level side to side, but just a hair of from front to back.I have the wheels chocked, stablilizers down and the tongue jack resting on a block.

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Old 07-12-2014, 05:14 PM   #2
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You should be fine. As long as the you are not that much out of level the fridge should work ok also.
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Im not running the fridge yet, mainly just the AC, lights and radio.
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Before we head out I hook up the TT to the TV the day before so that I can bring it around the front of the house. I keep it attached, but I do lower the front jack to pull pressure off of my TV and to help level it out so that I can run shore power and get the fridge cooling down..
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Before we head out I hook up the TT to the TV the day before so that I can bring it around the front of the house. I keep it attached, but I do lower the front jack to pull pressure off of my TV and to help level it out so that I can run shore power and get the fridge cooling down..

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