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Old 09-19-2010, 07:14 PM   #1
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Switch above ref rig

I have 93 pace arrow 35v. It has a red switch above the refrigerator and I can not seem to locate what it turns on or off. Any help is appreciated.
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You didn't mention refer brand/model. Some have a "high humidity" function. Supposed to address the sweating around door seals in high humidity. It draws an estimated 900mA. A consideration in dry camping.
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It's above the fridge and not part of it? If it looks like a typical house light switch, it may switch the shore power from the front a/c to the rear. Or perhaps between the a/c and microwave.

A picture would help.
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We had a similar red switch on our old coach, it was installed by a PO and controlled the fan on the coils of the fridge.

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Good thinking, Stewart. We had a red switch like that in an old Wilderness fifth wheel we once had.
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