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Old 07-16-2012, 07:29 PM   #11
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sounds like a winner...where do i find one of those and are they hard to install?
You should have an inline fuse on the posative battery wire. You can just pull the fuse and leave it in a set location so the campground can plug it in when they need to move the trailer. You can find battery shut off switch at an auto parts store, RV dealers, etc.
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Old 07-16-2012, 07:41 PM   #12
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You should have an inline fuse on the posative battery wire. You can just pull the fuse and leave it in a set location so the campground can plug it in when they need to move the trailer. You can find battery shut off switch at an auto parts store, RV dealers, etc.
You know when I bought TT I remember vaguely something about an inline fuse for the battery being mentioned. The dealer knew I kept it in storage, and thats probably why he mentioned it. I was sooo excited about the new TT, I really didn't hear exactly what he said. On the TT I traded in I simply took the battery home with me, kept it charged and brought it back the next time. Planned on doing the same with the new one. I had the battery pulled and in the back of the truck when I realize I had an electric front jack. So I put it back on. Going back down in about 10 days so I will stop by the dealer and have him show me....Thank you
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