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Old 03-26-2015, 03:14 AM   #1
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Rocker switch ID

On my 1974 31' Sovereign there are 2 rocker switches by the door, one for the porch light. What is the other for?
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Old 03-26-2015, 03:53 AM   #2
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Mine is for the light above the kitchen sink.
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On most 70's models it seems to be for the light above the sink. You have to leave the sink light on, then turn that switch on and off, it is not a true 3 way switch.

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Thank you, Thank you, Thats why my kitchen sink light doesn't work either.
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We need a light bulb emoticon in our smilies options...That exactly how I felt when I figured mine out to :-)
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On most 70's models it seems to be for the light above the sink. You have to leave the sink light on, then turn that switch on and off, it is not a true 3 way switch.

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It was driving me crazy that the switch for the kitchen light was a three pole and the switch for the light above the door was a two pole. It's all coming together now...

old thread but still...
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