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Old 11-02-2018, 02:37 PM   #1
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Dash lites not working.

Am having a problem with the dash lites not coming on in our Damon Daybreak (F53 Ford Chassis).Have changed the mini 10A fuse several times but with no luck.Is there another fuse other than(#41 under the dash) or a relay located some where?Also could it be a burned out bulb in the dash? Thank you in advance;George
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On our coach the dash lights are controlled by a rheostat in the headlight switch. By rotating the headlight switch knob I can turn on and dim the dash lights. Hope this helps!
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As Joe pointed out, they are usually controlled by a rheostat. I know that this is going to sound kinda convoluted, but most chassis have the brake lights tied into the dash lights and a notification to the operator that that there is a problem. Make sure that the rheostat is getting power. A single light bulb wouldn't stop the rest from working (light a Christmas tree).
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