The disconnect switch comes in handy for storing your RV with the battery disconnected. Basically works as if the battery cable is being disconnected near the battery. The switch activates a remote disconnect solenoid.
My disconnect switch rocks both ways. When I'm on shore power the green light is always on, even when the disconnect switch is engaged.
When I'm disconnected from shore power, green light on means I'm on coach battery power. Green light off means disconnect is engaged and all coach 12 volt systems are non-operational.
Maybe 4 Winds uses a different type of switch or the rocker switch is bad.
'98 Gulf Stream Sunsport 325, 7.5L Banks Power Pack, Koni FSD's, Air Bags, ReadyBrute Elite,
2000 Honda Accord