Yes, i'm perplexed why they don't publish electrical and plumbing schematics.
That is truely basic!
I called the customer service folks at the factory and struck out.
Really mind boggling, THOR, are you listening?
First, did you buy it new? I'm guessing no becasue the selling dealer would have given you a basic walk through..... alsthough they don't cover it all, not even close.
Anyway, your's maybe a totally different vintage and therefore totally different from mine..... or maybe even the same vinatge and totally different from the factory????
in my coach,
the switch by the door, the only one labled is Use/Store. The use position fires a relay taht connects the house battery to the 12V system (lights, etc...)
Other switches by the door are porch light, awning, and inside living room lights (but the fixtures have switches on them too so if they are off at the fixture the switch by the door doesn't do anything)
For the 120VAC - the generator and the shore power drop cord both feed into an auto transfer switch. If your coach doesn't have this, it will likely be a 30A plug inside the shore power cable storage bay where you manually plug in the generator or manualy plug in the shore power cable
I installed a Progressive industries power monitor on my shore power cable ahead of this switch. It has a built in delay to analyze the power before switching it on..... so taht's one confusing delay.
The generator also delays feed. It doesn't delivery power imediately after starting.... there's maybe a minute delay while it stabilizes.
There are also interlock switches tied to the parking brake and likely others I haven't figured out..... lets see, the other day I found a new one.... my cassis engine was running and I couldn't operate the bedroom slide. Now i can't remember if I had to set the brake or shut off the engine to get it to operate......