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Old 06-02-2016, 08:59 PM   #11
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I was thinking the 5er worked the same as my MH. If I set the battery disconnect switch to OFF, it secures 12VDC to almost everything except the levelers. If I took the battery out and was plugged into shore power, everything 12VDC would work providing I had my battery disconnect switch ON.
MH's are quite different than TT's and 5er's when it comes to the electrical system.
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Thanks for your reply I will leave the disconnect on and hope for the best..
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The one thing I do, to ensure damage does not occur is to turn the 120V volt circuit breaker off to the water heater. This way if someone flips the switch on, the light turns on, but it does not physically turn on.
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Excellent Idea I well do this now thanks...
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The title of this post is "ac only" but it does not state that in the comment section. If your guests are going to run the ac while in the deiveway, you need to ensure you have enough amps and a heavy enough cord to run the ac. Each ac if I recall needs about 12 amps.
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Since there's no reason not to leave it on, I would leave it on as it will keep the battery topped off.....but that's me.
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