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Old 09-15-2015, 11:21 AM   #1
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Rocker Switches by Door mystery (to me)

One of the rocker switches evidently applies power to the cabin, another is for the outside lights (but not for the step light evidently), another is for the step, but what is the fourth one for please?

And, does anyone have a source for this/these rocker switches please?
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Old 09-16-2015, 07:38 AM   #2
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I cannot believe I forgot about looking at the legend for this and realizing I have worked on this when I first bought the MH. But the problem remains, anyone have a source for these rocker switches please?
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Old 09-16-2015, 08:01 AM   #3
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Scare light? Galley light? Or maybe flux capacitor?
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Old 09-16-2015, 09:06 AM   #4
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in my '94 34' there were 4 switches. one was wires with a heavy red wire that didn't seem to do anything and it was not labeled on the switch bezel. that trailer once had a 12v fridge and i wondered it it was for that option.
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Old 09-16-2015, 09:17 AM   #5
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Old 09-16-2015, 11:19 AM   #6
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I have 1 rocker on the 'wall' near the door, this powers the step.
I have 3 rockers on the wood cabinet near the door, and this is how they work.
Top Rocker powers the overhead lights forward, (of the door).
2nd down powers the outside light over the door.
3rd down powers the blue flood light to the right of the door, (to the right of the person looking outside of the door).

We have a 1988 325 Classic Airstream Motorhome, so this may vary.
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Old 09-16-2015, 11:48 AM   #7
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I'm sorry for the added work:
1 - step down/up
2. cabin lights
3. outside lights
4. Power Relay

But if anyone has a source for these switches...!
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Old 09-16-2015, 04:20 PM   #8
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So I have a 2000 as well and I only have 3 switches...but that's because I don't have a power step well cover (though I thought they only installed those in the '01 and newer XCs)...anyways, by source if you mean a supplier of the actual switches, my guys at Toscano RV in Los Banos have them in stock. They've overnighted things to me many times if you're in a hurry. Unfortunately I don't live in South Carolina anymore (haven't lived full time since Hugo huffed, puffed, and blew our house down) so I can't recommend anyone local but I'll ask my service guy here if he knows anybody for you if you'd like.
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Old 09-16-2015, 04:28 PM   #9
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I might have 4 switches and one does the basement storage lights come to think of it...bragshhhs...I'll take a look when I get home...mine are labeled. Why aren't yours?
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Perfect LucasS, I've reached out to Toscano and will see if they can get me replacement switches. They are labeled, I'm just getting too old and feeble to see it right away.
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Well looks like I'm in the same boat as you. Look what clever thing I did trying to figure out my stare problem.

If you find a source for switches let me know, mine still works but the hold down pegs snapped like all the rest of the plastic in this 10 yo RV. It won't stay mounted. But I did figure out what was wrong with my step, the wires for the switch are too short in this RV and one lead had pulled off.

As you can see from the photo my switch arrangement is not the same as everyone's I only have three. I also have the step lever, and a separate component for turning off all the power, and finally a switch for my awning. Sure wish I had the switch that turned off all the lights in the basement. That would be smart.

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Oops

Thought I could post a photo from my iPad using safari. I was wrong

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Sounds like mine has the same switch arrangement.
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-Randy. Sent from my iPad.
I know there is probably many apps for the iPad that would have let me upload, but for now, I use my Mac mostly to post, so here is that photo of the switch panel that I have broken the step switch on.

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Closure: Ordered replacement ON/OFF rocker switches, off-white, from:
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Thanks, I just called a local dealer and they claim to have it, thanks for the pointer. Toscana has a nice site. Made finding the part very easy. Too bad shipping was so much, just hoped they could drop it in the mail with a stamp.

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Closure: The light switches from Toscan RV worked perfectly. Erich was a great help and took the order over the phone 209-826-2488 (California time).
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Thanks, I just called a local dealer and they claim to have it, thanks for the pointer. Toscana has a nice site. Made finding the part very easy. Too bad shipping was so much, just hoped they could drop it in the mail with a stamp.

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Exclamation rocker switch was taken off and not replaced

i have a 2000 land yacht 31 footer
i just bought it and the rocker panel has been taken off and not replaced i have the panel and wires all over i am not savey on the rocker panel or how it hooks up ive tried to just do it myself with no knowledge at all of motorhome wiriring or what i got to do i just want to rehook it back up for use so we have power
as of now using extention cords



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One of the rocker switches evidently applies power to the cabin, another is for the outside lights (but not for the step light evidently), another is for the step, but what is the fourth one for please?

And, does anyone have a source for this/these rocker switches please?
I remember seeing someone post source a few years ago, but did not save the info. you might be able to find by doing a search of AS motorhome list.
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