Originally Posted by airhaus
..power to the 12v outlets will not go on. The batteries may be cooked, there was a sulfer smell for a few days then no 12v. The info from the unit says it has WF-600T series inverter, which I can't find, and Magne Tec 7300 power converter. The Magne Tec is under the curb side twin bed with all the fuses, where is the WF-600T series inverter? ...
12V outlets? What are you plugging into 12V?
If you cooked a battery, eg, shorted a cell or two, the MagneTec may have automatically shut down. Modern converters sense an overload and turn off their output until the problem is corrected. So Andy's recommendation is a good first step. Your converter may still OK.
Your inverter doesn't have anything to do with providing 12V, it just uses it to make 110V. So if your 12V is dead, then you won't have any 110V at the outlets serviced by the inverter (unless there is a shore power relay--don't know the modern Airstream circuits).