This might save someone else a few minutes and some chilly temps as well as potential battery problems.
While at the Supershow, we had asked an electrician to replace the breaker and plug in the post on our lot. When we returned, the work had been done and the bill was in the door. Cool.
NOT. The next day we noticed things were not coming on. I am not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but I realized that the batteries were very low (11.5 or so). Went outside to see the cord lying on the ground and not connected to the new plug. Breaker was on though! Arggggg.
Problem solved I thought but then we realized that the AH burner wasn't coming on. I now know there is a reset button on the side of the bay above the AH.
And FWIW - it isn't an exposed button. It's buried behind a small hole and calls for a "long, thin, non-metallic" probe. A toothpick worked fine although we had one of those that has a point on one end and is blunt on the other and that might be best. It now sits in the bay beside the AH.
Everything seems to be OK now - just hope didn't ruin the batteries letting them get so low.
Cheryl and Emerson missing Rascal but loving our new buddy, Winston