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Old 07-25-2018, 11:36 AM   #1
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LCI Receiver location 30FKBS 2012 Wildwood

I had to buy a new remote from LCI and managed to program it as far as syncing it up with the receiver. I know what button to push on the receiver and what it looks like, even the code for the fuses (1956). But for the life of me I can not find the actual devise. I am in a wheelchair and my wife has MS so we rely heavily on the remote to move the awning, pop outs, and stabilizers. Does anyone know where the LCI remote receiver control panel is located in an 30FKBS 2012 Wildwood travel trailer?
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Old 07-25-2018, 12:45 PM   #2
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Maybe someone will come along with that exact model and know right where it is, but I see three likely places that it could be. In the kitchen, it could be behind the narrow panel on the left of the cabinet, the panel under the sink or the panel under the fridge. It could also be behind a panel in the passthru.

Sorry I can't be more specific, but they put them in all sorts of places. Ours in under the oven.
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Old 07-25-2018, 02:10 PM   #3
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Maybe someone will come along with that exact model and know right where it is, but I see three likely places that it could be. In the kitchen, it could be behind the narrow panel on the left of the cabinet, the panel under the sink or the panel under the fridge. It could also be behind a panel in the passthru.

Sorry I can't be more specific, but they put them in all sorts of places. Ours in under the oven.
I really do need a fellow 30FKBS owner, but, thanks for the tips. I'm taking apart any panel that has screws. At least with the kitchen as an area to look it's a start.
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Found

I have located the LCI receiver panel with the help of my resident care worker. After completing her daily tasks I asked her to remove the bedroom desk drawers. It took some doing for her to figure out the drawer slide locks but once she had all 3 drawers out it was in plain sight on the floor of the desk drawer cabinet. With her holding in the reset button, I pressed the synchronize bottom then she let it go and the new remote is now working! I'm not sure what made me think of that as a location but we had taken everything with a screw apart to no avail. Mission complete, Airborne!
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Glad you found it. I told you that they put them in some weird places.

Thanks much for letting us know that you found it and where it was. AND that you got it programmed.
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