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Old 11-01-2012, 02:08 PM   #1
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Hello could anyone tell me what the switch operates that is beside the lp detector switch above the entry door on a 1997 Newmar MountainAire. I know what all the other switches go to. Security lights , water heater , water pump , slideout etc. I just cant figure out what this switch goes to. . Thanks for any help.
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Old 11-01-2012, 03:01 PM   #2
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Most times switches above the entry door are disconnects are you talking two different locations where switches are
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Hello could anyone tell me what the switch operates that is beside the lp detector switch above the entry door on a 1997 Newmar MountainAire. I know what all the other switches go to. Security lights , water heater , water pump , slideout etc. I just cant figure out what this switch goes to. . Thanks for any help.
My LP switch is in the same bezel as the Ant Booster Sw. Could yours be the booster sw?
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Thanks Ron it was the booster switch. Thank you so much
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Welcome to the forum and irv2 brm105.
Here is a Brochure and 1999 Owners Guide oldest we have for coach operations.
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