See photo above. This is behind the propane bottles and on the other side of that black panel from my battery on the 26.5 RLS 5th wheel.
I went to pick up my unit today. It had been in storage for a couple of weeks and when dropped off, the battery was at full charge. The batter disconnect switch was OFF. When I picked it up, the battery didn't have enough charge to work the front jacks.
I got to looking at the attached diagram and wanted to see what y'all thought.
The wire from the battery comes into a circuit breaker on the bottom right (red). It goes through the breaker and loops over to the left side of the disconnect switch.
The right side of the disconnect is a large black wire that goes to the power distribution box inside the trailer.
On the "always hot" side of the switch there is a large red wire going down - it also goes to the distribution box and is the charge line from the converter. Also on the switch Hot side is a red jumper that goes over to the next circuit breaker to the left - and then on over by a smaller wire to one more circuit breaker.
And then there is a black wire off the 'hot' side of the switch going down - not clear where it goes yet - more on this below.
Off the bottom of the middle circuit breaker there are 2 red wires that feed the front and back leveling jacks.
There is also another small black wire here - more on that later.
On the far left Circuit breaker there are 2 orange wires - I'm pretty sure in tracing them that they go to the solar prewire (I see what you guys mean about small wires on this).
Finally there is a red wire off the bottom of this far left breaker.
SO - I have one small red and two small black wires unaccounted for.
I know one must go to the breakaway switch.
I know one must go to the charge line from the 7 way plug.
I ASSUME one is the power feed for the Lippert Levelup controller.
Which ever of these 3 wires goes to the Levelup controller - I can't understand why it's on the "always hot" side of the switch. I can verify it is because the controller and whole levelup system will work even with the disconnect switch open.
The controller on the Levelup system is "always on" - it's power switch is a "soft" switch - meaning the controller is watching it and when you push it, it turns on the display.
I suspect the power drain on this controller is what has pulled down the battery - I have no other explanation.
If I can't trace these wires to their destination, I'll unhook them one at a time to see which one feeds the Lippert system and move it to the switched side.
Do Y'all agree?
One thing I've learned about Jayco wiring - colors have little or no meaning - there are places where a red wire is spliced to black, etc. You can't assume anything based on the color of the wire.