Originally Posted by Joe1mc
While stored, and plugged in to 110 do you keep power to your coach or do you push the disconnect button ? So you're saying just plugging the unit into 110 will keep all my batteries charged!
My converter charges the coach batteries even with the coach master disconnect switch turned off. And all the 110-volt outlets are "hot" whenever plugged in to shore power regardless of the status of the coach master disconnect.
I shut off the master disconnect whenever my unit is stored or not in use to cut down on any parasitic 12-volt drains. I accidentally left a compartment light on once and nearly drained the coach batteries when I also forgot to kill the master. Shutting off the master cuts all that off.
The master disconnect does have to stay "on" to keep the refrigerator running on shore power (110-volts) or propane. Shut if off and the fridge shuts down!