I have a 1999 Mirada, with an outside porch light, as I imagine most RV's do. However when I returned to the RV last night, I noticed that the porch light was on, albeit only very low power. When I got inside, the switch was off. So, there must be a light sensor in the bus somewhere, that puts the light on at night on reduced power.
My question is, where on earth is the sensor? This could explain why my RV has been flattening batteries in a week if there is a drain on the batteries that I can't shut off. It is a nice idea, and will be good when I get solar panels, but until then it is a bit of a worry.
As always, I await the combined collective intelligence of this site to explain the simple facts to me in a way that even I can understand!
One other question (may as well kill two birds with one stone). I have an Onan 7000 petrol generator, and wonder whether it is a good model. I am in New Zealand and would like to convert it to 240V at some stage, is it worth doing, ie is the generator a good enough one to keep.