Originally Posted by MarsMan
Was wondering if I can turn off the converter while plugged into shore power. Do not need 12V or charge the batteries. I would like to put a small 110V heater inside without trying to find a way to fish an extension cord. I assume there is probably a breaker for the converter (WFCO 8955)
I appreciate the info
1) I'd disconnect batteries and leave the 12 volt system on if your batteries hold a charge. However, it won't hurt you batteries to leave them connected.
2) Usually you do not want to have a space heater on an extension cord.
3) I don't see the relationship between the 12 volt system and not wanting to fish an extension cord?! 110v heater? 12 volt converter. I would suspect most of your inside lights are 12 volt and you need the converter to supply the 12 volt power. If you disconnect the converter you will be powering off the batteries. Which you need to keep charged.