Mystery toggle switches - Fiberglass RV


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Old 09-19-2020, 03:25 PM   #1
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Mystery toggle switches

Last summer I purchased a 2014 Parkliner... which never had a manual. Does anyone know what the two toggle switches above the battery monitor do? The photo uploaded sideways... the switches are above the monitor near the ceiling. I haven't used it much and have graduated from a Scotty which basically had no technology. Thanks!
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Last summer I purchased a 2014 Parkliner... which never had a manual. Does anyone know what the two toggle switches above the battery monitor do? The photo uploaded sideways... the switches are above the monitor near the ceiling. I haven't used it much and have graduated from a Scotty which basically had no technology. Thanks!
It would be best to ask the PO if you know who that is. Next turn them on and see what lights up or makes noise. After that it is time to follow the wires. It will be easier if the PO did not use all the same color of wire for everything.

Please let us know what you find.
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That might work, or might not.
I installed switches in a 16' open boat a long time ago.
Bought engraved labels for the switches.

Couldn't resist one label that read "Air" so I bought and installed it.
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Maybe the wires go nowhere.

While the wires from the two switches are run under carpeting that is glued down to the floor of the upper cabinets, they do pop up near the rear end of the trailer, and appear to be tied off without hooking up to anything. The wires end near where speakers could be installed. Conceivably the previous owner had thought about wiring speakers--- or some kind of light, but never finished. There are LED lights in the same corner, attached to the bottom of the shelf, but they don't seem to be affected by the switches.
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