I went and took a quick look at the wiring diagram for a Morningstar controller. It pictured the "load" terminals as being connected to an outdoor light.
Some of these solar systems are sold not only for RV use, but for use in a outdoor application, example: where the street light on your private driveway is run by battery instead of 110v AC. So the battery outputs both charge the battery in the daytime, and provide power back to the load outputs at night for your overhead light.
If you are only using the solar panel to provide charge to your battery , and the battery is still connected to your TT though separate cables already connected to the battery, then you are not going to use the load outputs.
So I'm thinking that you can skip that step and move on.
Jim & Kim from Colorado
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