Just checked and looked at the batteries. The connections look a little suspect. The batteries show 5.78 and 5.64 volts.
Do you have a stand alone charger you can use. If you do then clean the cable making the batteries into a 12 volt battery bank and put the charge on the other remaining posts correctly while you work on cleaning the other connection.
You will need like 24 hours to charge these batteries and if they are over a few years old I would guess the odds at 92.7% they are never going to fully recover so after fully charged you can come back a month later after no charging. and get a 6.2v reading .
IF that is the case age wise I would run out and get two new batteries and hit the road mid afternoon. Now if you have something setting with a hot 12v battery in it (larger the better and starting battery is OK) AND will have shore power where you are going personally I would set it in the tray and put a rubber strap on it and go. Starting batteries just do not to be discharged to 50% and be left set. To run the frig on propane is not going to hurt a starting battery that gets charged by driving or shore power.
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edited 07/28/12 11:56am by Gale Hawkins *
Sounds to me like your converter or battery control center (if you have one)is having issues. 120V to the coach works, but Aux batts are dead. Relay could have been the fridge, or the converter, or relay in the control center. If 120V is working fine, then you should have something above +13v on the Aux batts.
2005 Pace Arrow 36D
Very Understanding Wife
Well here is what fixed the problem. First replaced the 2 6volt batteries, that stopped the circuit from tripping and re-setting. Then checked the inverter and found it to be not working, so re-placed that. Everything is back to the good, so leaving out for vacation this morning. Talking to the RV Shop, they said it was likely the batteries going bad, and the inverter tried to make up difference, thus ruining the inverter. Moral of the story, I will check my batteries every time before leaving, just like my tires and oil. Thanks for all the great ideas and advise, Chris.