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Old 12-10-2022, 09:24 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Mudfrog View Post
I noticed it looked to be a two position switch, probably spring loaded to center. My guess is battery disconnect. Me, I'd turn em off/on, one at a time of course, and see what happens. Can't imagine it hurting anything.

Is there another switch panel in the coach? There will be switches for awning (if electric), water heater (possibly two for propane and an electric element), water pump, door steps, battery disconnect (might be two for coach and chassis), generator start/stop, lights, and possibly an inverter.

I lean towards the ones with indicator lights being water heater and water pump.
Yes spring loaded on bottom switch. I hear a relay when toggled up or down. Stairs aren't working at the moment, but knew that when I bought it. I didn't check to see if it turned off power (salesman switch) other switches are basement and porch lights. I do have a stair switch on armrest on passenger side. So far other switches and panels inside I found are all marked. Thanks
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