1. There is a rocker switch that has been installed by PC on the lower dash immediately to the left of the steering column. It seems to activate something under the hood. Is this a temporary transfer switch to start the vehicle with the coach battery in case of failure of the chassis battery? That is the only thing I could think of. What is this switch?
5. In regard to the refrig, I assume with these two ways (I have not had anything but a three way) you just run down the road on gas like the trailer folks do. Or, just keep the doors shut for a short trip and keep the thing shut off. That is not an option with my wife!
Anode? What anode? I have never had an rv that had a hot water tank that did not use an anode. I have always replaced them long before most folks do, figuring they are a heck of a lot cheaper than a new tank. I didn't know that Atwood has no anode.Has that worked OK for everybody? Anyone ever just pull that drain plug and put an anode in there? The plug appears to be 1 inch and I am used to a (as I recall) a 1 1/8 plug on my previous rv with a Suburban. Maybe I just worry too much!!Paul
As to the rocker switch on the panel to provide momentary charging, I have always just carried a good pair of heavy duty battery cables...