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Old 09-01-2015, 04:48 PM   #1
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Holiday Rambler radio switch..Backwards???

On my Endeavor, the radio switch at the front console seems to be backwards... instead of pushing the top in to turn it on, you push the bottom of the switch. The other switches are backwards to this and they seem normal and logical? can it be wired wrong somehow? thx GRT
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You have another switch in the bedroom, like in a house with two switches controlling one source.
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daahh well that explains it LOL
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Yeah, isn't that great? You can turn off the radio (and the light from it) while in your bed in the back. You gotta love it!

PS...right next to that switch is one that turns on and off the first of the four lights through the front of the coach. It too is a three-way, with the other switch right at the entry.

When you flip these in the bedroom the first time, you usually don't notice what is happening unless it is dark so it is no surprise you didn't know.
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