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Old 05-31-2015, 09:18 PM   #11
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Now that I think for a second... If anybody that has the fan / light combos have a quick look on them, there should be a rating sticker that will tell what amperage they draw - that'll give me a good start anyways....
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Command Fan/Bunk Light Combo. High intensity reading light combined with a two-speed fan. Unique two directional mounting system accepts 3/4 inch or 1in tent support. Includes an 8ft coil cord that will plug into a 1/4 inch jack (not included). Unit has a long life thermally protected motor. 12-V DC, 1.3 amps max. CSA certified for the US and Canada. Bulb #912. 10-1/8 inch x 5-1/2 inch x 4-1/4 inch.
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Old 06-01-2015, 12:17 AM   #12
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Well, there ya go. Plenty of juice for a bunch of LEDs. Thanks for the research!
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Old 06-01-2015, 07:34 PM   #13
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I have a light that works with those outlets that we got with a popup years ago. We now use it in our X18D, but my wife and I were just talking this weekend that we needed to figure out a better situation to get a fan over the rear bunk both to bring in heat and for white noise when the kids are sleeping. I never realized you could get fans that clip onto the bars like that and use that electric plug! That is exactly what we need.
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I remember just a little over a year ago when I was looking to purchase our previously owned Kiwi 17a, I discovered the plug in jacks at either end of the trailer. I asked the previous owner what they were and he didn't know or most likely didn't remember as he hadn't used the trailer in at least 6 years. On our first outing in July last year I noticed that the lights that were in the forward storage drawer had that type of plug and lo and behold, I discovered what they were for. Just part of the newbie RV learning curve.
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i dont think my lights have that plug on them, anyone know where to buy one so i can add it? id love to put one of these in the rear bunk and get some a/c back there
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i dont think my lights have that plug on them, anyone know where to buy one so i can add it? id love to put one of these in the rear bunk and get some a/c back there
It's a 1/4" jack - same as used in the music buisness (same as what plugs a guitar into an amplifier etc...) Any local music or electronics store should have them. or digikey.com
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cool ,thanks
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The items are sold...Thanks for the inquiries and Happy Camping!!!
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Old 07-02-2015, 08:06 PM   #19
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Check out this thread:
https://www.jaycoowners.com/forums/f2...tml#post317874
For what I did with the previous location of those bunk light / fan connectors...
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you can also replace the light bulbs with LED's cause those bulbs get really hot. One side of the plastic case is slightly melted from just a little use.
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