I thought it best to continue this on a new thread, hope you find it. I took pictures and can take more and explain more if you need me to; and you can call me if you want to, if so PM me. So, I am posting pictures of the junction box and connections at the front of the trailer. In both pictures the Battery Cable goes to the same + connection on the same battery, no matter if you have one or two batteries.
Notice, in the "busy" picture, the protected / fused and bus bar (I called it "buss" in errror), the copper bus doesn't extend all the way to the far left "To BCO cable" and the Battery Cab. (#4AWG) connects via a fuse; then the cable FROM the BCO (#4AWG) DOES connect to this bus. So, through the BCO, this bus allows other fuses to be installed and other devices added.
What I can identify is that the break-away switch is direct connected to the Battery Cab. (it has an inline fuse farther down the blue wire). #12AWG.
The Converter is another #4AWG; I am not sure, but I assume the other #4AWG goes to the slide. I also didn't identify it, but the fueling station is there as well and I think it is the doubled-up blue and white (#12AWG) on the same fuse I ran a red #10AWG to the access panel lower right on pantry cabinet. I should get my own fuse for that function and will.
The other picture is simple... it shows the battery cable a resettable breaker and the cable that runs to the generator compartment.
Let me know if I can be of further help.
Originally Posted by SOONERSALT
Wolf whistle. That is exactly what i did before I unhooked the cables from the dc disconnect entirely. Yes w the correct cable on the battery all dc products work like lights and stereo but they also stay on w the dc disconnect switch in off or on. I also don't have any AC source of power plugged into the camper. Yes I have the gen prep package but no generator. I would bet if I did have the generator would not start w the disconnect in off position. Somehow I think the factory got this crossed. I had planned to take a meter and take voltage readings at different places just to see if I could verify my suspicion. The wiring between the battery and the dc disconnect is hard for me to understand. What I was trying to say above, was that I unscrewed and removed the disconnect and took the cables off of it as well. Even doing that did not affect my ability to turn on lights( w no AC power to the camper either)