We just brought our new Palazzo 35.1 home from. I shut down unit - generator - furnace thermo - inverter - water pump and heater - plus turned off battery switch. Something was running which sounded like the engine fan.
Took it to Camping World. When I returned the next morning, the batteries were dead.
Anybody have an idea?? CW tech people come in on Monday.
Even with the battery disconnect switch off there are items that are still hot, LP/CO sensors, electric slide controls, just to name a couple. The only sure way to totally disconnect power is to rewire the disconnect to kill everything or remove the ground cable from the battery.
Danny & Linda
Sold our '13 Thor Redwood 36 FB
Currently RV & truckless
Thanks but I'm looking for whatever control switch I might have missed. I sure don't want to disconnect all batteries just to turn off RV.
I am hoping that there isn't a short somewhere that will be hard to find
I have a 2014 33.2 Thor Palazzo and I also have the problem with my Inverter Fan running all of the time. The only time it goes off if I turn shore power off. I called the dealer who said I need to bring it in and leave it. If anyone can help it would be appreciated. Also, I am looking for the location of the fuse that goes to the porch light. Thanks