Originally Posted by BarryD0706
The "requirement" for a cut-off switch is that it disconnect anything that would be a parasitic drain on the battery. I'm quite sure that yours performs that function well.
Not a PTM and not RV Guy, but bclemens has said that the Sunseekers are similar. The awning still technically has power, but doesn't draw anything unless you're actually extending/retracting it, so it bypasses the battery disconnect.
It doesn't answer the actual question of what all still has power that the OP asked, though.