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Old 07-09-2018, 06:56 AM   #1
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3 switches ??

I recently got a T2461 TT by the left of the front door are 3 switches,one is for the water pump,,other for front porch light,,but what does the third one control??
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Hi Ron,

The third switch is likely an interior ceiling light, in the living room area. The lights have a switch on them too, so turn that switch on, then turn on all the interior lights in the trailer, then turn the switch off. It should turn off one of the ceiling lights. Just leave the switch on the light itself on all the time, so the wall switch operates it.
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That might be as the light fixture over the table was bad??switch on fixture broke and bulb sockets rusted?? Old leak i think??got a new fixture coming..Cheers Ron
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Hi Ron,

Yes, it sounds likely caused by a leak, to actually cause rusting like that. Hopefully replacing the fixture will solve the mystery.
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