Just as information for readers with older trailers, the trailers with the rotary mechanical "Kill Switch" are wired differently. Putting the switch in the kill, off, or store position, whatever you call it, disconnects the batteries AND the converter from the input to the fuse panel. Nothing (except the propane detector and the breakaway switch) will work, but the converter is still connected to and will charge (or overcharge) the batteries.
"You cannot reason someone out of a position they have not been reasoned into"
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