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Old 09-25-2014, 02:43 PM   #1
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Bedroom fan switch

I have a switch marked bedroom fan that doesn't do anything when flipped on. We don't have a ceiling fan. Just thought it would blow through vents. Is there a fan/blower somewhere?
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Old 09-25-2014, 03:06 PM   #2
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On mine that switch turns the "Over The Road" (OTR) ac unit on when the coach is running and on ac at the dash
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On mine that switch turns the "Over The Road" (OTR) ac unit on when the coach is running and on ac at the dash

I have never turned on the OTR air. I will have to try that. Do you know what is suppose to go here? It's the cabinet above my dinning room table cabinet. It was under that bottom piece.
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Mike,
That switch turns on the bedroom fan for the OTR AC. It will run whether or not the AC compressor is on, but the ignition switch has to be on for the switch to work.
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That switch turns on the bedroom fan for the OTR AC. It will run whether or not the AC compressor is on, but the ignition switch has to be on for the switch to work.
Thanks I will try it when I get home from work in the morning.
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Looking at that picture I can only guess that it might be for a sat. dish receiver.
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OTR bedroom AC Fan and Evaporator switch. As said above, dash AC must be on for the rear air to blow cold air because they share the same engine AC compressor.
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Yes thanks guys. Got home fired her up put it on high idle turned dash air on went to bedroom turned on fan to high nice cold air
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