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Old 03-07-2014, 09:55 PM   #1
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Removing a wall switch

I have a 2005 Winnie Adventurer. The light in the toilet has stopped working. I am at the point in trouble shooting where I need to get the switch off the wall to look at the connection. I know its got to be simple, but I am afraid my brute force approach to fixing things may end up costing me. So how do you get it off to look at (or replace) it.
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I take it you meant to say "the toilet room light". Using a knife or very small flat blade screwdriver, pry the cover off evenly from the switch around the edges and the wall. This will give you access to the screws holding the switch plate to the wall. Remove these screws to remove it and the switch. Good luck and keep us posted.
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Maybe a picture of the switch? There's just about a ton of mfgs for switches and bezels.
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Thanks RV Wiz. I know I will be looking to you in the future.
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