Do you see anything odd in these pics?
I do believe gremlins are messing with me.
The 20 amp fuse has always been in the last position(that I remember). I don't remember moving it. I just know that power was not getting to the switch/motor. I cleaned up the shortstop with sandpaper and steel wool the best I could. It had continuity thru it so I didn't replace it. I connected both wires that went to it onto 1 of the posts. Reconnected battery and nothing. So I got to studying the fuse panel and thought what the heck, so I moved the 20 amp fuse up 1 slot to the "power jack" slot. Duh! Went out and touched the jack switch and lo and behold, we got power! Disconnected the battery again, repositioned the wires correctly on the shortstop, reconnected the battery and it worked again.
Like I said, I am getting older, and I may have put the fuse in the wrong slot (at 1 time) but I still think it worked like this before. I knew it had to be something simple that I was missing. And the last slot on the fuse panel said "bunkhouse". I don't have a bunkhouse!
Embarrassed is what I am.
And thanks to all who tried to help and especially Herk for being patient.
I still may replace these electric jacks for scissor jacks, 1 day.