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Old 01-16-2016, 07:44 PM   #1
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2010 Designer 35RLTS - Lighting Problem

The two outside lights on the front high up right behind the front cap. I have only used these a couple of times and for a few minutes only with no problems. Last evening the curb side one was perfect for lighting up the area between my site and some relatives site. So I turned it on, but only after turning on the left one first since I didn't remember which switch was which. I turned off the left one and turned on the right one. A couple of hours later I noticed it was off. The left won't work either. I'm thinking a blown bulb isn't the answer since they both have been used virtually zero since new and now neither one works? I'm thinking a fuse somewhere that I don't know about. All 12 volt fuses are fine and all 120 volt breakers are not tripped.

Does anyone have any ideas?

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