Hi all, Just to be different, as I have read alot about how to get a genny started, as non starting seems to be a problem...Ive got the opposite. My genny wont stop once started...not even the stop start switch on the genny itself stopos it. After a few hours of annoying the neighbours I did discover that if I disconnected the leisure battery the genny stopped. The whole story is that it always starts...now that I realise you have to have enough in the battery to crank it....and if the panel inside shows the hours its totally run..8 in this case, and the output amps..5.5 i think then it will stop....but if there is nothing in that panel then it wont. ???? Im in a mind to install a heavy duty emergeny on off switch to the battery. Unless anyone can help with a better solution. I have seen a battery isolation switch mentioned in all the bumf paperwork..they just dont tell you where it is. For starting the genny my plan is to carry a smaller fully charged battery disconnected that I can jump to engine or leisure battery so I dont get stuck....Overkill?? or do others do this. My spare cost me £10 quid from the scrap yard..he let me keep charging likely good batteries up to see if they held charge so this is a decent spare.