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Old 07-12-2019, 05:53 PM   #1
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What do these switches do?

Newbie here....again. I found these two switches in the bathroom of our 2010 23B. I figured out that the one on the right controls the lights for the bathroom and overhead lights in the cabin if the main switches just inside the entry door is off. If the main switch is on, this switch doesn’t work. What about the switch on the left? I have no idea. Thanks for helping a newbie...again. Sorry the photo is crooked. Please tilt your head 90 degrees to the left.
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Old 07-12-2019, 06:40 PM   #2
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It may operate the bath fan. If there's a switch on the fan itself, turn it on, and see if the lower switch operates it. Only guessing, here.
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Fan would be my first guess as well....., possibly the water pump(?).

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Old 07-12-2019, 08:19 PM   #4
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Not the bath fan. May be the water pump. Hadnít thought of that. Iím camping now and hooked up to the city water. But that makes sense for a backup switch for the water pump to be in the bathroom. Thanks for the help! Much appreciated!
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In my 17z. One is for the bathroom light, the other controls the fan as long as the switch at the fan is left in the on position.
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I currently own a 2010 x23b. The switch on the right is for the bathroom fan. Water pump switch is with the main cabin switches when you walk into the trailer.

Ensure the switch on the right in the bathroom is in the "off" position and then turn the overhead bathroom fan switch "on." If the fan isn't working, turn it on with the lower switch on the right in the picture. That lower switch is handy when you have small children who cannot reach the fan switch. Happy camping and welcome to the forum!
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