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Lithium batteries drained after dealer installed in 23 Caravel

Posted 04-09-2023 at 05:31 AM by Fultsie

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]Check the use/store switch. Hope itís that simple. The battery(s) are not likely completely dead, but shut down by its internal management system.[/QUOTE]


We have solar, where is the use/store switch?
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    With solar panels shouldnít the batteries charge regardless of use/store?
    Is the use /store switch the button on the lower left as you walk in the unit?
    Posted 04-09-2023 at 05:33 AM by Fultsie Fultsie is offline
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    Really, you’re best off installing a master disconnect switch right after the batteries to make sure everything is truly off when in storage. The Use/Store Switch Airstream installs still leaves things like the propane detector on which will happily drain your batteries in a few weeks. Have a switch for the solar as well or else those panels will try to power things in the trailer even with no battery,

    The Use/Store switch is often a button by the door but don’t trust for long term storage.
    Posted 04-29-2023 at 06:25 PM by daleyocum daleyocum is offline
 
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