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Old 05-26-2015, 06:11 PM   #1
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What are these?

Subscribing to the theory that the only dumb question is the one you don't ask......

I'm sure I was told at one time but what are these for, there is one by each bed in our x18d

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Old 05-26-2015, 06:12 PM   #2
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they are for the 12 volt bunk lights/fans
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they should look like these
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Ah! Great. Thank you!
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Old 05-26-2015, 08:21 PM   #5
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Ah! Great. Thank you!
Plug those bad boys in and clip them to your bars over the beds and you now have a light for reading, a fan, or both. I love those things. If you need new ones you can get them from Amazon:
Amazon.com: RV Designer (M550) 12V Fan/Light: Automotive
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Plug those bad boys in and clip them to your bars over the beds and you now have a light for reading, a fan, or both. I love those things. If you need new ones you can get them from Amazon:
Amazon.com: RV Designer (M550) 12V Fan/Light: Automotive
Thanks for this valuable info. I have had the same question for over a year and just didn't ask.
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I have 2 of them for sale as i just traded in my 2011 Jay co Hybrid x23b...I also have the Pop up Gizmos for sale for the bunk ends all used less than 5 times..will sell the whole set for $100!!!!
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My two FANS with LIGHT didn't last very long for some reason. I ended up getting a O2COOL 10-inch fan from WALMART.

My fans plugged into the closest ceiling light assy...
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After looking at them for a while I figured out what they were for in my unit, but I haven't been able to figure out what the rated amperage @ 12V would be. Anybody know? I want to re-purpose them - permanently install a dimmer and some RGB light strips... if nobody knows, I guess I'll start tracing until I find a fuse....
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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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