I cannot find the "low-voltage panel" in my '67 TW. Any clues on where this might be? I have read the various threads on this, and have searched all over, but so far can see no sign of any low-voltage circuit breakers or fuses except for the two 40-amp fuses that are mounted in the battery compartment. (I also have the 4 manual-reset breakers in the AC power panel.)
There's nothing near the (newer) converter under bathroom sink; nothing in any cabinets; nothing in the battery compartment or other storage compartments. There is one compartment outside under the fridge that I have not been able to open (the lock is jammed.) Is that a possible location? Seems like that would just be fridge stuff.
According to the original wiring diagram there should be two auto-resetting breakers, one 20A and one 25A for the 12V
I think that the electrical problems I'm having are related to these. Last night I could get no shore power through the 12V
circuits with battery disconnected. This problem persisted for over an hour. Eventually I shut off all the lights and appliances and let the trailer sit overnight plugged in to shore power. This morning I have shore power through the 12V
circuits, with no change in the shore power itself or my converter. So something has changed by itself overnight, and I don't know what it is, but it seems like an auto-resetting breaker could explain it. (Does anyone know how long the auto-resetting breakers take to reset themselves?)