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    Front Cap Lights

    So, recently purchased a 2019 Reflection 297RSTS. Trying to figure out how to turn on the front cap lights. Checked the red switch in the Nautalis center only to find zero wires connected to the switch. Didn't find any wires hanging loose either. Maybe never connected at the factory? Not a big deal, just frustrating. It seems there was zero consistency as to where the switch was placed for these lights. Any insight appreciated.

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    Any word on this.. 2022 - 2970RL. Also dont know how those lights are to be turned on ?

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    switch in storage compartment on front wall.

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    Thnx.. suppose i would have found it eventually

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    Switch is behind the streetside storage door on the front wall about a foot in and higher up on the wall.

    I don't really see the purpose of these lights as they are certain to annoy anyone camping across from you at the campground. If you need light to hitch up, there is one on the power jack.
    Last edited by Tommytek; 04-23-2022 at 02:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommytek View Post
    Switch is behind the curbside storage door on the front wall about a foot in and higher up on the wall.

    I don't really see the purpose of these lights as they are certain to annoy anyone camping across from you at the campground. If you need light to hitch up, there is one on the power jack.
    They are annoying to pretty much anyone within 2-3 sites of them.

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    They make for cool pictures.
    2021 Reflection 312 BHTS, Silverado 2500 Duramax

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    There goes your night vision for any stargazing you might have wanted to do. I find altogether too much light from many sites in most campgrounds I go to. If you have a strip of lights underneath your awning, you don't need to set up 4 sets of patio lanterns around the campsite. It's a campsite, not a runway.

    There, I got my old man gripe out of the way. Thanks.

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    Agree. After we took the pic we turned em all off and enjoyed the stars. Iím going to put a dimmer on them to see if they may be more useful that way.


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