Ok this is what I did to resolve the problem. Using my handy dandy multimeter I tested for DC current coming from the batteries (after I charged them) this was a good 12v+. Then I tested the 13 year old Magnetec 6300 Q Series converter that came with the 5th wheel. I had 110v going to the transformer but no 12v DC going to the batteries. This could be several things wrong from the transformer being bad to an electronic switch being burned out. Instead of taking the time and tracing down the problem I took the advice of an old friend that worked with me as a RV tech in the late 70's. I ordered the upgrade replacement. (PD4645 45 Amp Converter Upgrade from Progressive Dynamics Converters) bestconverters.com. This is an upgraded 4 stage charging unit that is 100 times better that the old one. Take my advise have the upgrade installed and don't wait it may keep from burning your RV down. Keep in mind to replace this unit you better know your way around electrical panels and such. Needless to say this solved the DC charging problems for about $200.00 and a bag of Oranges.
Now for the 110v breaker tripping and humming issue. A good friend of mine is a retired electrician. I asked him to come over and see what he thought about this breaker issue. He brought his bucket of tools in and we disconnected all the 110v and DC power he took his tracing meter out and since the power to the rear TV the ceiling fan and the bedroom outlets worked off this one breaker he started with the wire going to the breaker and found a dead short with this wire and the RV. We then went to the rear TV outlet pulled it out of the wall. This outlet was daisy chained the outlet under the bay windows just under where the TV mounts. Well low and behold the dead short was in the black wire inside the Romex from the TV outlet to the outlet under the windows. This Romex at the TV outlet was stapled to the wood frame going down the wall on the corner of the 5th wheel. Mounted on the outside of that corner is the roof ladder. Keep in mind this is a 2001 Wildwood with aluminum siding. it took 13 years for one of the roof ladder mount screws to work its way through the outer Romex skin and into the insulation of the BLACK wire to cause the dead short. This is my story and I'm sticking to it.
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Wife Karin and dog Shaggy
1997 Ford F250 XLT 7.3 Diesel 4X4
2001 Wildwood 26FS 5th (2015 Totaled)
2005 Cardinal 30TS 5th (2015 New beginning)