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Old 10-24-2013, 08:56 AM   #1
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Sanibel Led Lighting

On the Sanibel 3500, there are Led lighting sets above the couch, chair/rockers, and bed. How are these powered? Battery or electricity?
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BBBlue, I'm not sure what you're asking. My 2014 is 100% LED lighting inside. Not so outside, but I'm working on that. That being said, all the inside LED's are 12volt. I think that's probably what you're trying to find out. The other possibility is, do they run off the battery or do I have to be plugged in and Barry is correct. They will run off the battery only.
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Popcorn, I was asking about the lights above the couch, chair/rockers, and bed. They are the individual units that ride on two rails. Now that Barry replied that they were battery, my next question is how are the batteries changed?
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I think you will find they are powered off the coach battery, not individual batteries.

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Popcorn, I was asking about the lights above the couch, chair/rockers, and bed. They are the individual units that ride on two rails. Now that Barry replied that they were battery, my next question is how are the batteries changed?
The 12v battery is charged by either being plugged into a 110v outlet and the on-board charger charges the 12v battery, or by being plugged into your tow vehicle.
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BBB I think you will find they are powered off the coach battery, not individual batteries. Lost
Yes, the main RV 12v battery. There are no small batteries in there anywhere that I've discovered.

(I see now that you meant RV electricity or batteries. Note that batteries are "electricity" too. ;-) )
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I should of been more specific.
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Apparently yours are different than mine. Above the couch, chairs and bed I have individual spotlights that are mounted. They are not on two rails. I'll try and get a couple pictures today, but it's awful cold outside, I've got to put the slides out, etc. By the way, do you and Barry have convection microwaves?
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See photos of the light I have in my unit. Yes, Frigidaire Microwave/Convection oven is what I have.
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