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Old 02-09-2015, 11:22 AM   #1
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3171 Light switch mod.

I thought to post this in upgrades and mods but I felt this project is mostly unique to the Forester and Sunseeker 317* floor plan.
The document attachment details this project.
As simple of an addition this light switch is, I am real pleased with this mod!

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Old 02-09-2015, 11:32 AM   #2
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Nice job. Great presentation. You really should post this in the MODs section as it'll show a lot of people what great ideas can be done with little expense.
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Looks like a nice job....but what does this switch control?
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Looks like a nice job....but what does this switch control?
The ceiling lights in the kitchen area.
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Normally I would copy this, but we added a 3 way switch to all our units a year ago.

How about that...finally ahead of the curve.
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Normally I would copy this, but we added a 3 way switch to all our units a year ago.

How about that...finally ahead of the curve.
You know as I posted this I thought to myself Brian will say "we do that now". It seems as I do my "upgrades" FR is doing them too. The same thing happened when I posted that I added lights to the outside tank drain utility compartment.
I figured FR was on the way to doing this since there was a 3-way switch already installed in the convenience panel but it was just being used as a 2-way.
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