Originally Posted by Danne
Very disappointed in the manual which only has 2 pages of unhelpful tech lingo to describe the electrical ops.
Welcome Danne, Then you don't have the Operator's Manual. It's also available online, but your dealer should get you an official copy (it's required by law I believe). If they don't ASAP contact Winniebago and complain. That's very bad form.
Until you can get one, here's a link to the PDF online:
Now, it's a manual for all 2020 Towables. So, it will still be a bit generalized. But it's 64 pages long.
The problem is not with WBGO... it's your dealer being 100% ROTTEN. Let them know how unhappy you are with them and they'd better make it right ASAP.
And, to answer your question, you use your Power Disconnect Rotary Switch to turn off everything when you put your RV in storage. That's really the only time you'll use it.
As an FYI, for decades that switch has been known in RV Lingo as the "Salesman's Switch". Because on an RV lot the Salesman turns them on and off when showing RVs. You are bound to hear it called that as it's extremely common.
PS. You posted your question in an existing thread about Winniebago View Class C electronics. I've moved it to the Fifthwheel forum and given it's own thread. You should always start a new thread when you have a new question. Yes, your question was about "Power" and that other thread was also about "Power" but that doesn't mean you should post your question there. It will only get lost. It just takes a while to get used to everything... here and on your 5er.