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Old 11-05-2011, 12:14 PM   #1
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Lights Above Galley "'78" Ambassador?

There is a switch on the wall behind the galley that I believe leads to wiring that runs up the wall and into the overhead compartment above the sink. This is in our "78" Ambassador. There are no lights currently there. Would this circuit be 12V or 110? I'd like to put LED's here running off the wall switch. Thanks!

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I am virtually positive the switch and wiring would be 12 volts, but it is very easy to measure with an inexpensive digital volt meter from Sears, Harbor Freight or some similar source. Everyone needs a meter anyway. The free to $5 ones at HF work fine.
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It's 12 volt. The lights that were there above the sink are on a 3 way circuit. Should be another galley switch at the entry door strike side with the flood and step light switches.
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There is a switch on the wall behind the galley that I believe leads to wiring that runs up the wall and into the overhead compartment above the sink. This is in our "78" Ambassador. There are no lights currently there. Would this circuit be 12V or 110? I'd like to put LED's here running off the wall switch. Thanks!

Bob
Airstream last used 120 volt AC lighting circuits in 1963.

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