Originally Posted by Rocketgirl
The thing I still don't like is that it draws power all the time. If I ever loose power, I would not want it draining my battery when I might need that power for something more essential.
We boondock often and the radio sucking power all the time has to go. In my case I pull the fuse out of the back of the radio. This however means I have to take the 4 mounting screws out to get to the back of it. I have not yet made it to installing a power on/off toggle switch that I can totally turn the power on/off short of pulling the radio out, but may yet this year.
If you are concerned about it draining power all the time, the power switch in the incoming power line could correct this for you too.
Hope this helps
PS. if you are concerned about power drain from the camper battery when off the grid, do not forget the TV antenna power booster to be "off". And if by chance your fridge has a condensation heat strip, for sure shut that off. If yours has it, there is a little black rocker switch between the freezer door and the fridge door to turn it on/off. Open both doors and you should see it if you have one. One of my 2004's had it, the other did not.
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