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    wschoonv
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    How To Replace a Light Switch in Bedroom?

    Can anyone tell me how to remove/replace the black rocker light switch I the bedroom by the door? I have no lights in bedroom (other than the lights by the headboard) and the fuses are good. I think the switch may be bad. Any thoughts or ideas before I call RV Repair?

    I have a multimeter and can check for power at the switch if I can just get at the wiring LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by wschoonv View Post
    Can anyone tell me how to remove/replace the black rocker light switch I the bedroom by the door? I have no lights in bedroom (other than the lights by the headboard) and the fuses are good. I think the switch may be bad. Any thoughts or ideas before I call RV Repair?

    I have a multimeter and can check for power at the switch if I can just get at the wiring LOL
    Hi @wschoonv,

    Pop off the plastic cover that goes around the switch, and you will see the screws that secure it to the wall. If you need further assistance, please contact our Customer Service team at (574) 825-8000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wschoonv View Post
    Can anyone tell me how to remove/replace the black rocker light switch I the bedroom by the door? I have no lights in bedroom (other than the lights by the headboard) and the fuses are good. I think the switch may be bad. Any thoughts or ideas before I call RV Repair?

    I have a multimeter and can check for power at the switch if I can just get at the wiring LOL
    FWIW...if you're relying on the little red LED light to indicate a blow fuse in the DC panel, I've experienced blown fuses and the LED wasn't lit. Best to pull and check the actual fuse for that circuit to be sure.

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    Thanks Janice= popped the cover-reconnected the loose wire-all is well.

    Thank you.

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