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Old 07-04-2011, 11:12 PM   #31
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Thanks. Sorry I have a 2008 Berkshire 39 QS. Thanks Ron
See if you can find your model number on your power center. It will tell you if you have a 3 stage power center.

This is the WFCO manual and it is a 3 stage unit; ok to leave hooked up.
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Old 07-04-2011, 11:31 PM   #32
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Every mh I have had in the last 10 years, and there were 6 of them, all had a disconnect switch to totally shut down all battery draw..MY new gerorgetown 360 has one as well right by the exit door.
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:27 AM   #33
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Thanks Herk7769. When you state power centre do you mean where the 110V breakers are or the 12V fuses. Sorry I'm not up on all this. Under the bed is a panel box thing with 110V breakers etc. At the front of coach outside in a storage box near gen is a whole bunch of 12V fuses etc and then at the rear of coach outside is what I would call the inventor thing.
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Old 07-05-2011, 07:50 AM   #34
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Believe it or not, not every rig is the same.

What I am calling a power center is probably only located in one place in campers that have a "power distribution panel" and "AC to DC converter" located in the same place. In my camper I have a WFCO 4900 that has the converter inside the box that has the AC circuit breakers and about half the DC fuses (the rest are carefully hidden around the rig like Easter Eggs).

Some campers (like motor homes I guess) have the AC distribution panel in one place; fuses all over the place; and the converter close by but a separate unit. My buddies Montana has the fuse/breaker panel in the coach cabinet wall and the converter right behind it in the basement storage area.
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