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Where Is The Battery Cutoff Switch On a 1997 Sea Breeze Motorhome?

by Jim
(Iowa)

Where is the switch for the coach battery to turn it on and off?

ANSWER: Greetings Jim thanks for submitting your question on our Ask An RV Question Page.

First I am going to have to assume that you are talking about a 1997 National RV Sea Breeze Class A Motorhome. For some reason National RV also manufactured a 5th Wheel Trailer Called the Sea Breeze in 1997.

If your Sea Breeze is equipped with a battery cut off switch you will find it as you enter your Motorhome you should see a series of switches. The switches operate your outside porch light, one of your interior lights, etc. and one of those switches should be the battery cutoff switch.

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