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Old 01-08-2012, 03:06 AM   #1
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Unknown switch....

I think I have asked this before but I'm not sure what this switch is for.
Aft bedroom, curb side. Not docking lights. Not Aqua Hot.
Any thoughts??
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Does it control rear speakers when dash radio is being used?
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Old 01-08-2012, 06:42 AM   #3
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I have several switches back there in the bedroom on my Sig. One is to start the generator, one for docking lights, and one for window awnings. Surprised it is not labeled.
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Old 01-08-2012, 06:42 AM   #4
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Is it the remote switch for your generator!
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I'm not surprised it isn't labelled, in fact, I'm usually surprised on my Monaco when a part is where the manual or the tech support group say it is. Our remote generator switch in our Beaver has a distinct start and off switch (it uses the fancy not so good multiplex system) and they are reversed! Start turns it off, off starts it.

Only one of many surprises (the black and grey valves are reversed too) on our coach.
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As I recall, my '97 HR Endeavor DP had a switch back there for the block heater outlet. When on shore power, it would light up when on. There was an outlet back in the rear access hatch that the block heater could be plugged in.

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The Genset switch is on the other side.
I will check to see if it turns off the speakers. Didn't try that.
Also will check about the block heater plug.
thanks, Iver.
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And the prize goes to sdennislee!!

That is exactly what the switch does. I turned on the dash radio and that switch turned off the speakers in the bedroom.

Thank you very much. I really don't think I could figured that one out.
Thanks again, Iver.
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And the prize goes to sdennislee!!

That is exactly what the switch does. I turned on the dash radio and that switch turned off the speakers in the bedroom.

Thank you very much. I really don't think I could figured that one out.
Thanks again, Iver.
JUst goes to prove that I can be right once in a while. Glad it worked out
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My coach is full of little surprises. I often bet guests $100 that they can't find all the light switches in the living room in under 10 minutes. Haven't had to pay yet!
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My coach is full of little surprises. I often bet guests $100 that they can't find all the light switches in the living room in under 10 minutes. Haven't had to pay yet!
I had my coach for 5 months before I noticed the last 2 light fixtures in the living area.
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I was always puzzled why the radio deck in the bedroom worked some times but then not.
After playing with switches on the other side of the bedroom I realized that one switch also unmarked had to be turned on for the radio to work.

I guess it allows you to turn off the radio without rolling over in bed???
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