Originally Posted by andycook281
I have a 2020 317RLOK. If the camper sits longer than a couple weeks the batteries will get very weak, aprox. 10 volts. I will then have to charge the batteries a day before i use it. The main disconnect is in the "off" position so the only thing I can think of is that the BMPRO is staying on?? I was not ever instructed on how to shut the PRO down. Does this seem logical or is there something else going on? Input is much appreciated before I drag to dealer.
Same problem here(2019 377RLBH). I put an additional battery cut off switch near the batteries to kill everything. Problem with the cut off switch jayco installs is that it turns off most everything. The c02 and gas detector are wired direct and from a jayco wiring diagram I had from a similar model...the powered antenna is on that circuit too!
Not much need for either when parked on a storage lot.
To top it off..I removed the batteries and had them load tested..both batteries failed within a year. When I discussed the matter with my interstate battery dealer he said that these bottom of the line group 24 batteries installed by the dealer (Trailside RV-KC)were of the wrong type. Short story longer, my battery dealer got me credit for the old batteries an I upgraded to Group 31 batteries( I had room for the extra 1" in height. In addition, I installed battery trays with hold downs. The straps jayco installs do not keep the batteries from moving around. I'm sure they were bouncing around which is not good. I now have plenty of amperage and power to turn on the refrigerator 1-1/2 days before departing and operate the slide outside. Hope this helps.