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Old 01-12-2016, 08:45 PM   #15
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I have a 12 volt and 24 volt switch in the rear next to the engine above the chassis batteries
But around the inverter I don't have a switch
If I knew how I would post pictures of what's there


Most house battery switches (also known as salesman switch) in more basic rigs are near the entry door.

My house battery switch is on one of the two overhead dash panels above the passenger side windshield.

Others may be reachable from the entry steps on either side of the door.

Some rigs have also have battery cut-off switches for the chassis and house batteries in or near the battery compartment, as mine does.
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Old 01-12-2016, 08:54 PM   #16
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The Prevost is a completely different, and much more complex, than most of the members of this forum own. I suggest that you join the Prevost Community Forum as they will be much better at helping you.

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From working on our '09 Magna I'm not sure that is true with the later higher end CC's! Every time I pull out a cabinet back or open a panel I find more electronics hidden there and taking up much needed storage space.
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Old 01-13-2016, 08:44 AM   #17
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Prevost is a whole different animal?

We think 12 volt and 120 volt systems.

Add a 24 volt and bet ready to pull hair.

Engine and chassis is a 24 volt system.

Not sure how the 12 volt is supplied by engine so first step is go through every nook and cranny in the buss and family members home to locate the manual set.

Contact Prevost with the VIN as they may be able to provide information regarding power sources and manuals.

As others mentioned there are disconnect systems and in your case maybe a "hard switch" somewhere in the belly as well as "soft switch" inside on one or more control panels.

Hard switch is manual large device...think light switch with wires the size of your thumb.

Soft switch is just a little toggle switch that controls a selenoid somewhere else.

Check Damon raposo not spelled right for brochures that may help.
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Just wondering what you figured out if anything
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