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Old 08-14-2020, 04:23 PM   #1
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12V Circuit Identification Please

Looking for a translation of this label on one of the 12v circuits on the distribution panel of my 2019 Bambi 22:


CS FRT CMPT LTS-REFER



It's on circuit 7 with a 15 amp fuse.



From other posts I gather "REFER" refers to the refrigerator. The 15 amp fuse suggests it is for running the fridge when it is in 12v mode. LTS is for lights, but which ones and is there anything else on the circuit besides the fridge?


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PS: And when I find out, is it likely that I'll slap my head and say, "Doh!"
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Old 08-14-2020, 04:36 PM   #2
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i'm guessing - curb side front compartment
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Curbside Front Compartment Lights Refrigerator
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Old 08-14-2020, 07:32 PM   #4
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Of course

Thanks for replies. Makes sense, except I donít see a light in there, but I will look for wiring to that location. I wanted a light in there so I bought a stick-on battery powered LED. I will definitely have a doh! moment if I find a light in there already.
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Good to know if there is an existing light in the compartment. Ours can be easily switched on accidentally by shifting contents of the compartment and can be a "phantom" drain on the power supply if left on. We now take care to avoid that situation.
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The compartment light is easy to miss. It’s on the right side, alongside the compartment door.
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Pull the fuse then see what turns off, 100% foolproof method.
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The compartment light is easy to miss. Itís on the right side, alongside the compartment door.
Eureka! Found the light. Thanks.
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