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Old 10-28-2018, 07:39 AM   #1
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02 Kountry Star dash swithes ?

I am slowing finding out all the switches, but I still like a few. In my dash panel in the line of switches there is one marked High Medium and Low fan. What is this for ? and there is still a few of the lite switches I don't know what they are. There are 4 switches on the right side of the bed and I still don't know what they all do. I'm still looking but any any help would be great. Thanks
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The switch marked hi and low is for the overhead fan that blows air out over the windshield and probably the four switches in back are two for lighting and two for ceiling speakers in bedroom.
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On ours, there is a dash on/off switch for the overhead windshield fans and a separate switch for fan speed (low, medium, high).

In the bedroom, one switch for overhead light, two for each of the two ceiling radio speakers and one for the rope lights. There is also a switch for the rear floor courtesy lights.
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All good and some times may find another for a security light on outside of bedroom slide wall,depends on year and model of coach.
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