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Old 10-21-2015, 09:42 PM   #5411
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[QUOTE=Kenny kustom;1016253]What are you doing at 1am?

Probably turning off the carbon monoxide alarm!

Don't ask how I might have guessed.
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Old 10-21-2015, 09:50 PM   #5412
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What is on the panel that you need to see at night just to let the dog out? I don't have any light switches on my panel and don't want to mess with anything on the panel especially at night.
I try not to leave outside lights on at night to disturb my neighbor. But I need to turn on the porch light so I can see at night when my dog needs to go out at times. Now I can see the right switch , also when we come back at night I'm tired of switching all the lights on inside to get my overhead light on Geez... Hard to see the panel in the dark. link for Espendydad....LED Convenience Courtesy LED Light - Six (6) BLUE internal LEDs - Waterproof, Compact 12vdc Fixture Truck, Auto, RV, Aircraft lighting , o only people I know that see at night in pitch black are the devil and walking dead, and OC, Sorry really don't know how to post a link, but that's it on Amazon OC all my outside light switches are on the panel and my entry main overhead. Typo cost was 14.00 dollars american.
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Old 10-21-2015, 10:18 PM   #5413
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Let there be light! 6.00$ F/R Part! Youroo!!
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Old 10-21-2015, 10:31 PM   #5414
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I installed a small LED blue light and tied into my is inside step light. works well on so I can see the panel either when I open the door or have to turn a light on so the Dog can take care of business in the middle of the night. Got tired of using a flashlight to see the switches on the panel at 1:00 am in the morning. If I can load it you will see, cost 14.00 bucks from Amazon.
Most of the rocker switches on your panel are replaceable with lighted rocker switches. I replaced all of mine with units I bought from Amazon. About $2 each. They are all common sizes.
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Old 10-21-2015, 10:31 PM   #5415
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I just lost 10 minutes of my life reading about coffee makers, lights, excess weight, roller drawers, excess junk and not a thing mentioned about awning poles or china bombs.

Today the DW packed up for our weekend trip, long hours at work. Tomorrow night I get to load the truck, we head out Friday AM for Rondeau and lake Erie.
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Old 10-21-2015, 10:51 PM   #5416
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Espendydad....LED Convenience Courtesy LED Light - Six (6) BLUE internal LEDs - Waterproof, Compact 12vdc Fixture Truck, Auto, RV, Aircraft lighting , o
That description was perfect and I found it - Amazon.com: LED Convenience Courtesy LED Light - Six (6) BLUE internal LEDs - Waterproof, Compact 12vdc Fixture Truck, Auto, RV, Aircraft lighting: Automotive

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Old 10-21-2015, 10:54 PM   #5417
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Ms Amy used the central vac in the new columbus yesterday and thought that was the ticket!?
albeit I had to show her how to open the door to insert the hose " like normal"

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Old 10-22-2015, 05:58 AM   #5418
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Most of the rocker switches on your panel are replaceable with lighted rocker switches. I replaced all of mine with units I bought from Amazon. About $2 each. They are all common sizes.
Well That is a very true statement, but mine only light up if they are turned on, The only lighted rocker switches I have that have lights in them are the waterpump, DSI and tank heaters the rest are not lit or they are two small to put a rocker switch in the panel. Hence the Blue Led to Match the Rockers when on. All my light switches for outside lights and the one overhead at the entry door are located at my panel. If you look closely at the bottom you will see about six.... The two not in the panel are my bedroom slide switch and the extra motion light I installed a star light #1000. The only two that are not in my panel or near the area are the SPST that control the power for the Genisis, and CO/MOX detector. For the parasite draw. By the way Blackhat6mike, where you with the the Army 1st Calv.?
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Old 10-22-2015, 06:36 AM   #5419
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Glen you are correct the Red & Blue lighted switches Blind you and then I cant see which one to use! My black Panel rockers Dont even say the function direction. Go (Old Irionsides)! Youroo!!
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Installed the Progressive EMS-HW30C into my 19RR. Very easy to do. Took all of 30 minutes. Works great!

Used 4 pieces of rubber fuel line hose about 1" ling to raise it up off the shelf and to isolate it from vibrating the trailer. Although I read of folks having a vibration issue, this unit doesn't even hum. No noise what so ever.

It fit right behind the power center in my trailer.

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