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When you hit the disconnect switch do you hear any audible "click" at the relay? And is this one made by RV Custom Products or by Intellitec? The former is black and shaped like a chuck of modeling clay. Intellitec has their name on it. Once I know which you have I can direct you further. All follow ups are included in our fee and fully expected.
That should have fuse on the control board that allows power to that switching circuit. If you have a 12 VDC test light that should be easier to test. You can probe the tops of the fuses and not remove them all if the diagram doesn't identify that one for you. Let me know what you find and we can go from there.
Usually in the stepwell next to the batteries (if there is one) or under the hood in the load center. It might be controlled by a shortstop breaker and not a fuse. Silver or gray cube relay. Black button on the end you push in to reset.
Yes......like two cubes of sugar next to each other.
The amperage is marked on them in small print. If you have power in and not any power out, then it may be bad. Copper post goes towards the batteries and take care as you can install these backwards.
Any automotive or RV shop carries them. Ask for a manual reset shortstop breaker and take the old one with you. Just be sure you keep the orientation straight.
One needs a ground lead due to mounting on fiberglass or plastic surfaces. No, they only have power when you hit the button and as soon as it is released they don't. The internal magnet moves the contracts in one direction or the other to make the circuit.