Not all disconnects are made equal. Mine still powers the slide, but I need to put my slide in/out to reach the disconnect. It's under the fridge past the slide.
The important thing with the disconnect is to shut down the parasitic loads, I.e. The carbon/propane detector, the radio, etc... You can still have power to lots of things as long as they don't use it you should be fine. You can check to see if there's any load at the battery with an Ampmeter while the disconnect is disconnected.
Still, if it's at the battery, I would have expected it to kill everything except maybe the tongue jack. I'd take a look and see where the wires go from the disconnect and try to figure out if it's actually disconnecting anything.
It is possible the disconnect was installed on the negative lead instead of the positive, and your trailer's finding ground via another source (tongue jack, stab jacks or grounding strap)?
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