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Old 09-26-2013, 05:19 AM   #1
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Removal of light cover plate.

I need to replace the switch (Picture attached is replacement Newmar sent. Quite dirty but cleaned up good. Must have been in parts bin for awhile.) and not sure how the light switch cover (sorry no picture available) comes off. It probably snaps off but I don't want to break it. On a 2010 Dutch Airie bedroom switch. Any Advice?

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Is that a screw in the bottom hole?
A flat wide blade knife eased under lip and pried out should pop out of hole.
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O07: Switch pictured is not mounted just laying on counter with no screws in it. Hole at top and bottom allow attaching to standard electrical outlet box. Then, I believe the switch cover attaches over the switch pictured. I'm guessing the backside of the switch cover has two holes that slip over the two plactic posts shown in the picture and friction holds it on. I think I should be able to pry off the cover as you suggested with a thin knife or tool.
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Thats correct thats how every coach I had, worked.
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Thanks 007. When I get back to the coach I will pry away and see of cover pops off.
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