Originally Posted by kchaiyas
Hello, I just bought interstate 2015 past weekend. When I tried to flip the "battery disconnect button" I do not see the different. I could turn the ceiling on regardless. I already turn off an inverter. The van did not hook up to the shoreline. Please advice. Should I be worried?
I had the exact same issue with my 2014 Interstate. Went I took it in for warranty, the tech just switched the manual switch in the back to a slot that allows the upfront switch to work. From that point on, I could operate my disconnect just using the front rocker switch. If you can't determine how to do it, reply back and I will take a closer look at mine and send a pic.
As a side note, not using the disconnect for about 10 months caused my house batteries to drain down too often and they went bad shortly after such that they needed replaced, which lead to some degree of debate between me, the dealer and the battery manufacturer as to who was to blame. Consensus battery advice going forward by all parties was to plug into shore power every few weeks even if the disconnect is activated to keep the batteries from draining too low.