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Old 04-21-2015, 07:37 AM   #1
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Question Bathroom Lights and Fan

We just purchased our first coach (2004 Inspire DaVinci) and we are making a punch list for things to fix and buy before our maiden voyage. We are having an issue in the bathroom area with the thermal (metal) fuse heating up and tripping. I found an old post on this forum that mentioned a problem with bad bulbs possibly causing this problem. We do have a few bulbs that are dimmer than the rest and were going to replace them but it seems to happen when the fan and the lights are on. Any ideas? I think those thermal fuses are expensive so I prefer not starting there if anyone else has already found the resolution.

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Replace your bulbs with LED bulbs. Start with your bathroom and eventually replace all of them. LED bulbs draw far fewer ah and produce far less heat than conventional bulbs. I'd suggest M4 Products or Cabin Bright | Brighten Your World... as good and reliable sources.
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