Originally Posted by Jimmers
The problem I have is it will be stored next week at a indoor rv storage facility.
No access to power. Our coach has a solar system with 6 6volt batteries.
I switch to store and even turned off all 110 breakers and the sound bar still illuminates the time and the large tv and blue ray still have power.
Im sure this will drain the batteries over winter.
I did unplug the units as my only recourse.
I think I will remove the negative cable for added assurance.
It is very common for the Inverter to power a couple TVís and / or entertainment center in these coaches.
As EDK said, there should be a remote panel that controls your Inverter so you can turn it off so it does not send power to the TV, fridge, etc.
Unfortunately Thor does not follow the recommended best practices of wiring the Inverter output with an AC sub-panel. If they did, you would be able to just turn a breaker off. One of my winter projects is to add a small sub-panel of my Inverter output.
If the Inverter is powered on, it will try to provide power to that put out circuit once the shore power is unplugged or generator is off.
Your other option is to install a battery disconnect switch to completely remove them and avoid parasitic drain from the CO / Propane detector as well.