Am working on getting the DC working on my new to me Bambi 62. Have installed a 12 volt
NAPA battery in the external housing. Now I see there are three leads to connect to the battery - two red and one green. There are only two posts on the battery. Should I connect both the red wires to the positive post? Is the green the negative? Why are there two red leads?
The lead connectors are smaller than the battery posts but can be crimped into the new connectors I bought. Seem like a low guage wire however. I am presuming this OK?
Just above each red lead terminal is a spring loaded housing containing a fuse.
Once the leads (wires) enter the trailer do they go anywhere else except to the DC 12 volt
wiring that I believe (from reading other threads) run down the center of the coach roof and then descend to lights and outlets?
Each light or outlet seems to have either two switches and only one that works on AC. Am I right in assuming that one is AC and the other DC
I have double fuse block - is this connected in any way to the DC
I do not think I have an inverter or converter.
The double fuse box has a bulb on top but does not light up when AC is on. Have not actually connected the DC because I am concerned about connectint the two red leads to the positive.
Would appreciate some feedback before I go any further. Thankyou!