Well, I answered question # 2 myself. After starting the generator and removing the high voltage cover on the right, top front, the voltmeter indicated that both legs were receiving 120. Not a generator problem. I then went bact to the power transfer box removing the lid. Using the voltmeter I discoved that one of the hot legs (black) from the generator was dead. A break in the line, unlikely as WRV did use heavy stranded wire to run from the generator to the transfer switch. With the gen slide all they way out I could look far back on to the ceiling of the compartment and spotted a plastic weathertight junction box. Hopefully here is where the break in continuity would be and luckily it was. Chalk another one up for sloppy workmanship. The wirenut connecting the two black wires had been improperly installed and the wires eventually separated from vibration. I redid all the wirenut connections, red, black white and green. Now everything is happy happy and the generator is delivering power to the coach. If anybody ever asks me about RVing, I simply tell them that it would be best if they are handy and willing to dive into problems. It does not seem to matter about price, brand or configuration. RVs are going to be lots of fun for the amateur mechanic.