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Old 03-23-2018, 01:29 AM   #1
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New owner, wondering if house batteries recharge while coach is plugged into shore power?
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They are supposed to.
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The owners manual says that the house battery charges from the Alternator while engine is running. It makes no mention of batteries charging while plugged into shore power. My last RV was a Pleasureway Sprinter, and the batteries charged while plugged in.
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yes, they do. You should also have a battery disconnect switch near the front door on the coach near the fridge under the sink.
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Thank you, I understand that the house power switch must be on for it to charge using electricity. Does the panel to show conditions of propane, water levels and auxiliary batteries stay in a red status, showing green when conditions are good. Or does the panel indicated lights always stay in the red light to show levels?
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always stays red. The levels are from left to right.
holding tanks: empty to full.
battery: low V to high V. ( approx 10.5V to 12.6V range )
Did you not get the manual with your unit?

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