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Old 10-30-2008, 09:45 AM   #1
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trying to identify switches in '92 Land Yacht

I have not found schematics in the manual and the labels have worn off.
there are 2 switches (green toggle or rocker style) to the left of the steering
wheel, and i believe there are 7 to the right. I can identify the door lock,
the I.C.C. "blink", the generator, but some of the others are a mystery.

also on the panel above the stove there are 6 buttons i presume they are
measures for power and water levels, but nothinkg is visible on the labels.

there are also several switches to the right for generator, pump and what more?

also there are 4 buttons just inside the is for the step. one says
patio but what are the others?

just getting to know this air stream .. took it out of town for the first time yesterday. til then the only trips were to the gas station, to the shop, to the DMV, to the shop, to get propane, to the smog shop....

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Old 10-30-2008, 09:46 AM   #2
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i will try to send pix.

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Old 08-01-2009, 04:27 PM   #3
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Not sure that they are the same as I have a 93 LY. I dont have the two to the left of the steering column. The two banks to the right on mine are beginning at the top:

Door lock
Aux Battery
R Heat

Aisle LTS
Dock LTS

Stove: left to right

Test (for the lighted gauges to the left of switches)
water pump
hood fan
hood light
generator start (up) stop (down)
Auto fill (up) on (down) off

Entry: Left to Right

ceiling lights

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Old 08-06-2009, 01:15 AM   #4
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The blank first slot in the entry area is usualy the Dock Lights. Turn those on at night to light the rear and trunk area.

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