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Old 04-22-2018, 02:32 PM   #1
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Power Mirror Switch - 1999 Mountainaire

Man, I cannot for the life of me find the replacement controller for the power mirrors. Mine broke and stopped working.

I have a 1999 Newmar Mountainaire on the Ford chassis. Everything I'm seeing looks different, especially on the back where the wires plug in.

I've attached pics. Any idea where to get this?
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I assume you contacted Newmar? I have called on stuff for mine and they would tell me who the original MFR was. Maybe you can track it that way?
BTW, looks like the same mirror control I have.
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I assume you contacted Newmar? I have called on stuff for mine and they would tell me who the original MFR was. Maybe you can track it that way?
BTW, looks like the same mirror control I have.
I have not tried them. I'll call tomorrow. I forget that Newmar is still in business- I'm so used to having motorhomes and rvs that have been abandoned.
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The Customer Service VP or Mgr told me, at a recent Newmar Rally, that they keep parts in stock for about 20 years with a "few exceptions". Hopefully they'll fix you up. Email them with the pics. CustomerService@newmarcorp.com
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You will find links to salvage company's on the bottom of this link.
Have you tried to disconnect the plugs and spray with contact cleaner spray for better connections..
Moisture and water from window may have caused poor connections..
Look in QT's #3 for SPK64's MOD & repair section FOR his repair of leaking window.
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Looks like a Ramco ELE310.
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Have you tried to disconnect the plugs and spray with contact cleaner spray for better connections..
Moisture and water from window may have caused poor connections..
Look in QT's #3 for SPK64's MOD & repair section FOR his repair of leaking window.
Can't be that, unfortunately. The springiness of the switch is gone and it is like th "joystick" broke inside.
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Looks like a Ramco ELE310.
It sure does...But this is all one piece with the switch above (although I have no idea what the switch does).

Curious...
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It sure does...But this is all one piece with the switch above (although I have no idea what the switch does).

Curious...
The switch above is for mirror heat. It doesn't appear to be all one switch, just both switches in same panel.
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It's in the Newmar Parts Catalog
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I checked there...didn't see it. What is it called (and what section??). If I can find it there, I'll gladly order it.
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The link takes you right to it.
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The link takes you right to it.
It just says page not found when I try.
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