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Old 07-23-2008
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I would check all of my battery cables to check for good connections and for a good ground. Also you might consider using battery disconnect blade switches on your batteries, one for each bank of batteries. I had the same problem but once I put on the blade switches I had no other problem, but you have to remember to USE them.
If you have a bad battery or two - three, they will pull all others down since they are all connected together in some fashion. Only your gen battery is seperate from the coach & engine start battery. It may just be time for new batteries. Solar is also a great solution, but with good batteries and having them disconnected with a balde switch or some other mechanical means of seperating total power your batteries should hold power 6 months or more.
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