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Old 01-03-2021, 02:49 PM   #1
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2020 33' Classic
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Galley Lts - how do I wire to that switch

Hi all. We have a 2020 Classic 33'

The dealer made a repair to my sink area, and when I picked it up he mentioned they broke the Galley Lts switch and would send me a new one . . . and all I had to do was 'wire it up'. The wires were left hanging out of the hole. This is a single switch located to the left of the sink, between the desk counter top and the sink counter top. There are four wires that plug into it: Pink. White with pink strips. And two White wires. The switch has five prongs.

The only other single light switch on the Airstream is the Wardrobe Lts switch . . . so I took it off to see if I could match the wiring and of course the wires are different colors and different patterns.

If there are any 2020 Classic 33' owners out there that could unscrew theirs and take a pic for me . . . or does anyone know the wiring schematic? Thank you in advance for any help.
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