Hi Dennis, Welcome to the forum.
There are ways and means to charge the cab battery when on hook up, i.e. a Battery Master or if you are willing, a DIY job.
Thanks for your post and kind welcome.
When parked up at home I use a small Maypole 4amp intelligent charger coupled to the jump start connections under the bonnet. This works fine, but always means a second mains lead and charger.
I spoke to Bailey and sent them a request to answer on this problem. They referred it to BCA their electrics supplier who suggested taking it to my supplying dealer. only prob is that he is 100+miles away. I get the impression it should operate the same as my previous motorhomes ie. it should charge BOTH batteries when on hook-up. The Control Panel offers you the option of checking your battery voltages - which works fine on the Leisure battery, but when I try to get the Cab battery reading the screen just "greys out" and it refuses, then jumps back to the Leisure batt reading.
The suppliers seem to regard their circuit diagrams as "top secret" unless you are in the suppliers loop. There is nothing high tech so I think it is a ploy to make money from the owners preventing them checking things for themselves. It may just be a hidden fuse that has blown and i will persue more when I have time.
I have noticed this Bailey problem crop up a few times on the forums so I wondered if any other Autograph owners here were affected. ?
I think the easy way to check is to see if you can get a reading for your Cab battery from the Control panel readout.
No reading - No connection.