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Old 03-13-2012, 01:18 PM   #1
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2012 19' Flying Cloud
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Hi everyone! I am a newbie. I just brought home a brand new 2012 Flying Cloud 19' Bambie! I am thrilled to begin many adventures on the road with my golden doodle Ellie. I used this forum when I was searching for my AS, and found lots of helpful advise. So ... just to let you know ... I may be on here asking many, many questions. One of them is: what's up with that battery cut off switch?? Do I keep it on "stay" while I am going in and out of it getting it prepared for a trip? Or - do I put switch to the "store" position only when I won't be in it for a long period of time - like in the winter when I won't be using it? I live in California - so the weather here is pretty nice most of the year. I found the battery was very weak yesterday even though I wasn't using the lights or anything. Last night I rechecked every switch to make sure everything was turned off, then plugged it into my house, while keeping it in the "stay" position. This morning everything is working fine with just the battery, and the battery cut off switch in the "stay" position. Does my house hook-up only recharge the batteries in the "stay" position. Hope all this makes sense to you, it doesn't to me! Thanks for your time.
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