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Old 02-04-2021, 08:13 AM   #21
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I would suggest doing a load test on your battery's ----- with a old school battery tester that looks like a old school hand-held toaster---Harbor freight- $20 bucks ish-----
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Old 02-04-2021, 07:28 PM   #22
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If they were the rv dealers install probably cheapest made battery on the planet
I think they are Energizer 9 volts - not the no name brands!


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Old 02-04-2021, 08:05 PM   #23
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The service department carries a wide range of batteries.
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Check all battery and large electrical connections. I found many not tight, and also found hardly none of the cable connections tight. Manufacturers just don't take the time, just get it built.
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I had the same problem and was very frustrated until I spoke to Lippert. The system needs VERY GOOD batteries at full charge. Having my unit in storage, picking it up and heading for a destination was not enough to get an adequate charge on two group 24 batteries.

I upgraded to three group 27 batteries and added one 195 solar panel. Problem solved. I have not had low voltage problems in three years now.

On another note, my battery storage is very tight, making it hard to check water levels. I am looking into a water maintenance system. system
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Auto leveling - voltage drop

Follow your battery 12V leads back to a panel behind a basement wall where there are multiple connections. On my 2017 Jayco Pinnacle all 8 connections found there were not even hand tight. Securing those connections fixed my low voltage woes when leveling.

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Wanted to see if this makes sense to anyone. I took my 2020 355MBQS in for some minor warranty work. One of the things on the list was sometimes when running off of just the batteries on the fifth wheel (no shore power and not connected to the truck) and I’m using the auto leveling system it will fault and the error code is something related to a voltage drop. He said everything checked out, and it had something to do with the residential fridge (even though it happens when the cooling is turned off). It has two batteries, but he said adding more wouldn’t help, because it doesn’t raise the voltage.

I won’t auto level with the truck under the nose of course, but I have pulled my truck next to the trailer and used the cord.

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