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Old 10-18-2014, 09:55 PM   #1
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Led awning lights not working

Just purchased a 2015 Pinnacle 38flsa. Got it home tonight to try all exterior lights. The Jayco RF remote will not turn on the led lights under the awning.
Has anyone experienced this issue or know a solution?

Thanks in advance!
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Old 10-19-2014, 06:36 AM   #2
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Is the power switch turned on? Did you pull that little plastic "battery saver" off the battery? Just 2 guesses off the top of my head...
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Did they work when you tested it at PDI before taking it home?
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Old 10-19-2014, 09:46 PM   #4
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Sometimes those remotes must be pointed directly at the control box. (may be inside one of the covers at the tube side of the awning-or-up against the outside wall if the lights are mounted against the wall) Sometimes you cant see the box at all as it may be inside, and the remote sensor is outside (and inside) the rail itself.

All Im saying is make sure the "switch" is on ! Make sure the battery saver is removed from the remote (as mentioned above). Then try pointing the remote at all 4 points of the awning.
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Sometimes those remotes must be pointed directly at the control box. (may be inside one of the covers at the tube side of the awning-or-up against the outside wall if the lights are mounted against the wall) Sometimes you cant see the box at all as it may be inside, and the remote sensor is outside (and inside) the rail itself.

All Im saying is make sure the "switch" is on ! Make sure the battery saver is removed from the remote (as mentioned above). Then try pointing the remote at all 4 points of the awning.
Ours won't even come on with the switch. I'm wondering if it's a loose connection or something. They turned on when he demo'd it to us but once we got it home nothing. There are no instructions for the remote either
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There are fuses in basement behind access panel check them.
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There are fuses in basement behind access panel check them.
Yes, we checked all that they are all good.
What happens is we turn the switch on, the lights flicker and then don't come back on. We know the remote battery is working as we've checked it.
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