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Old 12-31-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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I have no fridge light!

So my 2012 X20e does not have a fridge light, which gets very annoying when the kids sleeping and we can't turn on the lights...

Anyone have a remedy for this or same issue? I've found one that I think can work on ebay, I'll post up a link.
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Old 12-31-2013, 09:31 PM   #2
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/221195223402...84.m1423.l2648

http://www.ebay.com/itm/121235703239...84.m1423.l2648
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Gotta bump this, need advice/help!

Jayco what were you thinkin!!!
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Looks like it would work. My only concern would be with the humidity inside the fridge, and mounting would have to be with double sided sticky tape or velcro. Cant exactly screw it into the fridge
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Didn't think of the humidity, gonna go with lithium batteries though. And double sided tape will be used for installation.
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The only reason I bring it up is on the light, it states on the specs about humidity.

Double sided tape would work... until a battery change is needed. Real PITA. Velcro may be the way to go for that.
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The only reason I bring it up is on the light, it states on the specs about humidity.

Double sided tape would work... until a battery change is needed. Real PITA. Velcro may be the way to go for that.
Good call on the Velcro. I have a feeling I'll be replacing the light yearly.

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Glad to help... and will do!
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Sometimes, technology has a tendency to get in the way of economy, simplicity and versatility. Wouldn't this $3.49, 27 LED worklight/flashlight found at any Harbor Freight (or similar store) do the job plus provide you with an emergency light source that can be used anywhere? It can be held magnetically or by it's built-in hook, and uses 3 AAA batteries that can be found almost anywhere.

http://www.harborfreight.com/led-wor...ble-69567.html
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Sometimes, technology has a tendency to get in the way of economy, simplicity and versatility. Wouldn't this $3.49, 27 LED worklight/flashlight found at any Harbor Freight (or similar store) do the job plus provide you with an emergency light source that can be used anywhere? It can be held magnetically or by it's built-in hook, and uses 3 AAA batteries that can be found almost anywhere.

http://www.harborfreight.com/led-wor...ble-69567.html
We have plenty of flashlights hanging around the trailer doing those jobs. I guess we're just looking of the convenience of opening the fridge and it automatically lighting up. First world problems lol.
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