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Old 05-30-2014, 11:16 PM   #1
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Hi from wine country. We just purchased a 1998 36' country coach allure. We are getting ready for our 1st trip in it. We have been searching for the light switch for the large patio light located under the awning. Anyone out there who has an idea where it's at?
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Although our years are way off, sometimes that switch is on the drivers console, where several other switches are located. I'm sure you did check the bulb to be sure it in good working order. You could also take it out clean the contact(s) and housing to be sure it getting good contact. I have a couple of smaller outside lights that need this done when I try to turn them on. Just taking them out wiping them off and the contact, makes them working again... Just weird how things don't work sometimes.. Good Luck
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Hi Willy & Myra! Welcome to IRV2! It's great to have you join us!

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On my 2000 Magna the porch light switch is directly above the steps on the dash next to the step switch.
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On mine there is a row of five toggle switches as you enter the motorhome. Our patio light is on the far right of the five. Your light in the boarding handle should do on at the same time if your coach does the same thing mine does.
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Our patio light and door handle light switch is immediately inside the door adjacent to the navigator chair. It is the first of 5 toggle switches.
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Glad you are here. I love Napa and it's wineries. Pine Ridge and Stags leap.

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