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Old 09-12-2016, 08:30 AM   #1
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Switch plates

Does anyone know where I might be able to buy new switch plates for our 2002 Revolution 40C?
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Old 09-12-2016, 10:35 AM   #2
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Does anyone know where I might be able to buy new switch plates for our 2002 Revolution 40C?
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Try here: RV Receptacles/Outlets

However if the 120V switches, (and/or 120V receptacles), in your coach are this type.... the wall plates are part of the switch, (or the receptacle), and are NOT replaceable.


120 VAC RV/MOBILE HOME SWITCH


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Old 09-12-2016, 04:42 PM   #3
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Look for the two screws diagonal opposite from each other. That will be your clue that you cannot replace just the cover plate.

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Or are you referring to 12 volt switch plates ?
The interlocking type in off white?
I would like to know that answer myself.
I would even take black.
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Or are you referring to 12 volt switch plates ?
The interlocking type in off white?
I would like to know that answer myself.
I would even take black.
Try amazon.com and do a search for "jr products rv switch plates"
Is this what you need?
If so, you can also try jrproducts.net. Look under electrical in the menu for "switch base and face plates". They make lots of other RV stuff too. Google also will yield results.
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If you think it may be a somewhat unique part, call Rev Group (American Coach) Parts. They have a lot of stuff in stock.

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Its all a good try, however American coach, Fleetwood has listed the switch plates as discontinued . I have not fount any similar plates on Amazon, E-Bay, or through Google. There are several years this plate was used, you would think someone would pick up an aftermarket replacement.
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Its all a good try, however American coach, Fleetwood has listed the switch plates as discontinued . I have not fount any similar plates on Amazon, E-Bay, or through Google. There are several years this plate was used, you would think someone would pick up an aftermarket replacement.
Do you have a picture of what you need? Someone might recognize it. Regarding someone making a replacement, the demand may be so small that it is just not financially worth it to do so. Sorry.
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SWMBO asked me to replace all our white switches and receptacles with black...
I appeased her by doing the ones she sees

I don't like black because they are hard to find in the dark, DOOH !

you may not need a specialty rv product - check to see if a standard houwhold product will suffice... good luck... (I have some white ones for a Monaco )
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Still no information from bdbutton, the OP, as to whether he is looking for switch plates to fit his 120VAC switches or his 12VDC switches.
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Don't know if this will work,

http://www.irv2.com/forums/attachmen...7&d=1434803775
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will_stevens,

Thanks for the photo.

I purchased a 4 position JR Product switch plate from amazon. Then, inserted 4 SPST switches into it for a configuration like yours. They are 12VDC switches. Well, I use them for 12VDC lighting in my TT. (Or, maybe the switches came with the plate? I don't remember now.) I just checked and I believe the switches are good for 120VAC as well.

I wonder if you may just want to replace the entire set of 4 with a new setup. I don't know if the new switch plate will cover the old holes. I believe they offer different size switch plates. Maybe an oversize one will work.

Or, better yet, maybe someone else will recognize those switches and give you a source.
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