We are heading out on Sunday for a 1 week trip in the Casita
. We have a 2004 LD. I trickle charged the battery
to a full charge, then turned the battery
cutoff switch to "off," only to discover that the battery
is still very much "on." I need to plug her in to shore power so I can get the fridge
cooling. We have an older converter. I know we either need to replace the old switch or upgrade the converter, but I'd like to wait until after our trip to do it. It would be nice to not have to manually lug the battery out and disconnect it every time we want to use shore power.
My questions: How long can I leave the rig plugged in to shore power before the fully charged battery overcharges? Do you think I should just use propane
to get the fridge