Hi there, We've recently bought a Swift Royale 590 (1996) which is our first Motorhome. The interior panel houses the Battery Meter and Water Level Gauges for Fresh and Waste Water. Under the Battery Level Meter is a 3-position Rocker Switch along with a little picture on either side, one shows the front of the Van so we assume that this refers to the Vehicle's Battery and the other picture is of the rear of the Van which I assume to be the Leisure Battery in the Wardrobe. There was no Manual supplied by the previous owners and to be honest they didn't really seem to know what the panel did, even though they had the Van for about 4 years! :Eek!: I assume that with the Switch in the Central position that when you hook up to the mains power on site there is no charge going to either Battery? If the Switch is pushed to the 'Front of Van' picture I assume the Charger will charge the Vehicle Battery and similarly if the Switch is pushed to the 'Rear of Van' picture the Charger will charge the leisure battery? Am I right on the above? Or is it that when the Switch is in the Central Position the Mains Power is charging both batteries via the charger? Does the rocker Switch simply determine what power source you use power 'from' and not 'to'? On our 2 short maiden voyages we have gone on mains power both times and put the switch to the 'Front of Van' which was as the previous owners told us, but I think it should have been more like I have described above. Pushing the switch to the 'Rear of Van' position the needle on the meter does nothing and having checked the voltage of the Leisure Battery it is about 8 volts and if you switch a light onit goes down to about 2 volts! It doesn't look good on the Battery having read that if it drops below 10 Volts it is unlikely it will recover and charge successfully again? Anyway, am I right in thinking that in order to charge the Leisure Battery the Switch should be pushed to 'Rear of Van' position? Also, does the Vehicle's battery charge the leisure battery while the engine is running and if so what position should the switch be? Hoping someone can advise on the above, we are going away in the Van for 2 weeks in a weeks time so we hope to resolve any issues with this during the next week. I assume there must be lots of Vans out there with these types of Panels.