Secondary Interior Instrument Panel Question
So I'm not sure where to start, but we've decided to keep all house & chassis batteries (6 in total) in the MH this winter (our first winter w/ the MH) and keep a house extension cord attached to the MH with the belief that the inverter will keep the batteries charged through the winter. Since we have a cover on the MH, the solar panels will be of no use in this regard, but I plan to run the engine & genny each month.
Anyway, the attached pics are of a secondary panel near the co-pilot seat. I never paid much mind to it, but I noticed when I pushed on the "disconnect" switch, it cut power to an outlet in the bedroom.
So the question is, by keeping the disconnect switch in the position that cuts juice to the bedroom, does that possibly also prevent the batteries from be charged by the inverter?
Willie & Debbi Bifulco
Class A 1999 National Tradewinds DP
Forever grateful to Dwight & Sheila