I just built a little trailer park in the back of my property for Star Ship Excella (a 1994 25' model), and the electricians just finished installing that special 30a RV receptacle for me to plug into city power with.
I was ready this morning. Cue soaring victory music... but here comes the scratched record effect where the needle slides off: I'm sitting in the front couch looking at the converter switch on the wall like a baboon.
It's labeled "converter shut-off" but the switch itself doesn't indicate which is ON and which is OFF. Is it up or down? And even if it were labeled, would the converter shut-off be on or off, or the converter itself be on or off? This is a kind of "who's on first" logic that I struggle with sometimes.
So please help me not burn down the Star Ship, and riddle me this: When I plug in to 110v city power, do I want the switch to be up or down?
And if this is some sort of oddball/replacement switch (it looks like a plane jane 110v light switch), how can I locate the univolt converter and test to see which switch position activates it?
H.A. in L.A.