Originally Posted by WBS248
Here is a simple one. I have been reading everything I can but can't figure any reason to place the 12 VDC disconnect switch in the off position.
Why would you do that other than you ran your batteries down and it would help to charge quicker.
Might keep your batteries from running down in the first place. It's much simpler to turn off one switch (and your main breaker on the 120v side) than to go around and turn off every single switch individually and risk missing one that will drain your batteries.
But if you store it plugged into shore power, you don't have to turn anything
off if you don't want to. All depends on how much you pay for electricity.