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Old 01-24-2021, 06:51 PM   #1
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Awning Lights

On a 34 FDDS Alpine Select, how have others ran awning lights?

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I got these little camco plastic clips. Eight for $5.
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Tap in at the light switch by the door.
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Tap in at the light switch by the door.
Did that and ran power in the awning extension arm, up to the LED strip, self-glued to the body below the awning reel. Light is great, tho, i don't need multi colors nor flashing, etc. Remote is so-so (China)
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We added an LED strip the length of the awning against the coach that is adjustable via remote. We went with a white-only light strip that is mounted with VHB tape at the base of the awning. We can adjust the level with a wireless remote.

We grabbed the power from the lights that are mounted to the bottom of the cabinets on the curbside of the coach.
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