My batteries have been dying in about 3 days after charging; even after ensuring everything was off, to include the battery switch was turned off. I am presently adding a dual battery cut off switch to insure ALL power is cut off when I turn these switches off. I tried to hook up my RW last weekend and the jacks would not work. At first when I hooked my truck to the RW the leveling switch beeps and will not work. After a while it stops beeping but again nothing really works. No display. I did have a light come on my left arrow (left, right up, down arrows). This light would go off and on when I pushed the power button, but that was all. I called the service department and they advised me that the batteries need to be 12.7 or better for the jacks to work properly. Although my batteries should be new, I still took them out and took them to a battery service center for charging and testing. I will know tomorrow if they are holding a charge or not. At least the service department said they would replace them if they are unusable, as they should. So, does this sound legit? When I plug in my truck, is all the power going to the batteries and nothing is getting to the leveling system? Yet when my truck is plugged in and the batteries are dead I can still open slides, and turn things on
This may just be the way it is wired, but still makes me scratch my head.