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Old 08-31-2016, 02:29 PM   #1
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31BHDS overhead LED lights

I have a 2015 31BHDS (first camper) and we are into our second season. There is a skylight above the kitchen with a LED light located on each end. They both have stopped working which sounds like something other than the LED's themselves. I have checked all the fuses and cannot find anything blown. Anyone else have this happen? Any ideas? Perhaps the LED controller?

Thanks in advance for any advice or ideas!
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Old 08-31-2016, 04:26 PM   #2
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If they failed at the same time I think you may be onto something. I'd start at the switch, does it work, is there 12v there? If those check out I'd next pull the fixtures to check connections and presence of 12v.
If one light died on Monday and the next on Tue I'd suspect failed LED fixtures, test with a 12v source.
Let us know what you find.
Also, since it's a '15, is it still in warranty? There was a recent post on "if you want it done right..." Which I align with 110%.
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Old 08-31-2016, 04:49 PM   #3
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Warranty

Yes, still under warranty. I have been camping since late July and will be parked until mid September. Then putting it up for the year. Only thing is I am parking it in another state far away from home. Not sure how I will be able to get it taken care of under warranty. Guess a call to the dealership to start.
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I had an LED light burn out over the sink. I fixed it myself with a soldering iron and a new led board from "M4 LEDs.com".

I don't believe a trip to the dealer is necessary to basically change a lightbulb.


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I'm assuming you control the lights from one switch near the entry door. But have you checked the small switches on each ceiling light to make sure no one had simply turned them off from those small switches ? Make sure the switch near the door is in the "on" position then check the switches on each light. Hopefully it's as simple an issue as that.
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I'm assuming you control the lights from one switch near the entry door. But have you checked the small switches on each ceiling light to make sure no one had simply turned them off from those small switches ? Make sure the switch near the door is in the "on" position then check the switches on each light. Hopefully it's as simple an issue as that.
Thanks, but these are the LED's that are on either side of the skylight and are not on the circuit with the other lights. The only switch for these is in the compartment near the entry door. I watched them burn out.
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