Originally Posted by Titus
Batteries are not as hard to get to as Protegonist says on newer lounge models - can open the compartment from the rear. But still not fun and easy to do a total disconnect. I have put a second disconnect switch - on the large + cable going to the Magnum. So after switching the two house battery switchs 'off' and disconnecting the chassis battery at the accelerator pedal, all that is left (I think) is the BIM and solar controller. Not sure how much each of them draws. I would put a kill switch on each of them too - if I knew for sure which wires to put them on.
Hopefully you placed the inverter disconnect between the inverter and the inverter fuse. The fuse should be first in the positive inverter cable, then the disconnect, then the inverter.
It is also a good idea to upgrade the inverter fuse from the small 150 amp plate fuse to a class T inverter fuse of the same rating. A class T fuse has a circuit interrupt rating approaching 100 times the rating, or in this case 15,000 transient amps. The fuse Airstream provides, even though it has the same rating, has an interrupt rating of only 3000 to 5000 amps. Huge difference if you get a shorted cell in a battery and the cable becomes the conduit for the huge amperage capacity of a shorted battery!!!! I only use class T fuses in my inverter installations.