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Old 09-08-2016, 05:18 PM   #1
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Isata 5 Lighting Question

Anyone know where the switch is, or how to turn on the LED lights over the master bed? They are located/installed in the bottom of the cabinets, and I can't find a switch to turn them on/off anywhere. The bedroom light switch does not turn them on or off either.
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Old 09-08-2016, 06:34 PM   #2
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There is a second set of switches on the wall on the left, one of the switches is for master lights, if you press it once I think the main lights come on, if you press it a second time, the lights over the head of the bed come on and if you press it again, the main bedroom lights go off and the under cabinet lights stay on. I believe that is the sequence in ours.
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I will give that a try. Thanks a bunch.
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Old 09-09-2016, 07:16 AM   #4
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You're spot on. With that Multiplex system in the Isata 5, some of the lights are turned on by hitting the button a few time to essentially "scroll" through the different ones. This is the case with the awning and patio lights. One click is for the patio light, two clicks for the patio and awning lights, three clicks for just the awning and four clicks to turn it all back off again.

It may sound like a hassle but it really handy when you get to use to it and really doesn't take that much time. It also requires one less button on the control panel, saving space.
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Old 09-20-2016, 01:11 PM   #5
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There is a second set of switches on the wall on the left, one of the switches is for master lights, if you press it once I think the main lights come on, if you press it a second time, the lights over the head of the bed come on and if you press it again, the main bedroom lights go off and the under cabinet lights stay on. I believe that is the sequence in ours.
Well, that didn't seem to work so I'll have to investigate whether or not the lights are actually wired or not. Ugh!!!
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Old 09-20-2016, 02:50 PM   #6
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There is a little silver button on the light cover itself. Click that and they should come on!
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Old 09-28-2016, 06:27 PM   #7
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There is a little silver button on the light cover itself. Click that and they should come on!
I do not see any "little silver button" on any of the LED light fixtures. I guess I need to check and see if there's a bad fuse or something.
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The little silver button on the light itself was a later change...so you can control each light individually.

Otherwise, as they said...on the bedroom switch, press once for lights A, press again for lights B and press a 3rd time for light scenario C. If that still doesn't work, we might need to trouble shoot a circuit.
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Still haven't figured out this issue. No combination of operating the two switches in the bedroom will turn on the reading lights over the bed. There is no switch on the LED lights themselves. Don't want to travel 350+ miles to the dealer. Any chance of getting a wiring diagram for trouble shooting?
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I'll take a look.
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