You might think that you have everything turned off in your RV when you park it after a fun weekend, however this is not always the case. There are a few power robbing devices in your RV that run silently in the background an run down the battery. For example, the radio usually remains powered up to maintain the memory in the radio, and the CO2 detector , which also serves as a low battery indicator, remains on to advise when the batteries are running low.
These few devices can quickly drain you batteries. A Swift solution is to have a quick disconnect switch installed at the battery location, which cuts all power delivered to the RV. If this doesn’t solve the issue with your RV batteries going dead, give us a call.