Originally Posted by Todouble
Mine is pull out=ON
OK - the battery is ON when I pull it out. The fan is running - does it run all the time?
Let's see if I have it right: When I'm parked and plugged into shore power, if I leave it pulled out (on) it will charge my house batteries. When they are charged I can push it in (off) and keep a eye on my gauge to be sure to charge it back up as needed.
Last night the power when off I needed to pull it out (on) to get juice to my 12v overhead lights. Right?
Sorry I seem so stupid but I had a minor stroke a few years ago - this is the kind of thinking that makes my thinking get a little confused. If it's called a "disconnect" but when it's "on" when pulled "out" , to me "on" means it's disconnected because the "disconnect" is "on" - that's all bass-awkwards to me. They should call it a battery "connect" switch....when it's on, the batteries are connected.