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Old 05-30-2014, 09:35 AM   #1
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What does EBR and S.L. mean

I recently purchased a 1998 Alegro Bay 34. On the right side of the dash two switches were added and labeled ERB and S.L. The S.L. switch has a push button just below it. Does anyone know the purpose of these switches? Any good guesses would also be appreicated.
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Added switches can be a real problem to identify.
Any chance you can contact the previous owner?
Not sure about your coach, more info may help.
Gas or diesel?
Chassis manufacturer, Workhorse, Ford, Freightliner or Spartan ?
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I recently purchased a 1998 Alegro Bay 34. On the right side of the dash two switches were added and labeled ERB and S.L. The S.L. switch has a push button just below it. Does anyone know the purpose of these switches? Any good guesses would also be appreicated.
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EBR - electrical bypass relay. Just a WAG. JM2...
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I recently purchased a 1998 Alegro Bay 34. On the right side of the dash two switches were added and labeled ERB and S.L. The S.L. switch has a push button just below it. Does anyone know the purpose of these switches? Any good guesses would also be appreicated.
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Meanwhile, as the experts are pondering:

I'm thinking Emergency Re-entry Booster and Speed of Light switches. The button below would be for Nitrous Oxide injection...this button does not add any power to propulsion, it just provides pressure to open the fridge door for rapid access. At any rate, I wouldn't flip those switches without seat belt initiation... just in case I'm right.
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I recently purchased a 1998 Alegro Bay 34. On the right side of the dash two switches were added and labeled ERB and S.L. The S.L. switch has a push button just below it. Does anyone know the purpose of these switches? Any good guesses would also be appreicated.
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EBR (in title) could be Emergency Band Radio. I don't know ERB (message) would stand for. I also think of SL= Spot Light. Welcome to irv2. I know you will enjoy it here. Good luck, stay safe and keep us posted.
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