Show that this language is decidable?

Let A = { | M is a DFA which doesn't accept any string containing an odd number of 1s}. Show that A is decidable.

The questions seems simple so I designed the following TM D that decides whether there exists a DFA with this property or not.

D = "On input w:

1. Construct a DFA B that accept any string containing an odd number of 1s.
2. Construct a DFA C s. t. $$L(C) = L(B) \cap L(M)$$
3. Call $$E_{DFA}$$ with input C.
4. If T accepts, then reject. If T rejects, then accept."

$$E_{DFA}$$ is defined as following: $$E_{DFA} = \{ |$$ A is a DFA and L(A) = $$\phi \}$$ So assume there is a TM T that decides language $$E_{DFA}$$. I.e., T accepts if A is empty, otherwise rejects.

Now, my questions is related to the step 4. In Sipser's textbook, he states that if T accepts, then accept and if T rejects, then reject. I don't understand why it says so. For example, If $$L(M) \cap L(B) = \phi$$, then this means that there are different. So, this is what I said in step 4 above. But in Sipser's answer for this exercise in page 187, it says that if they are empty, then accept. Can you explain to me where is my mistake?

If $$E_{DFA}$$ with input $$C$$ accepts, then $$C = L(M) \cap B = \emptyset$$. In other words, no word containing an odd number of 1s is also in $$L(M)$$. Then, by definition of $$A$$ you should accept.
Conversely, if $$E_{DFA}$$ with input $$C$$ rejects, then $$C = L(M) \cap B \neq \emptyset$$. That is, there is some word $$w \in L(M)$$ such that $$w$$ contains an odd number of 1s. Then, by definition of $$A$$, you should reject.