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Old 12-14-2019, 09:17 PM   #1
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Question electric switch control panel

have a black toggle switch below my control panel and can't figure out what it does. 2017 Jayco Eagle 321 RSTS
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Old 12-14-2019, 09:51 PM   #2
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Its for the Rear ceiling fan.
Next to the overhead lights right?
Of note the ceiling fan chain will wrap around the ceiling fan blade. Not good for the motor
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Old 12-14-2019, 11:36 PM   #3
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Also, that switch and fan get their power from the GFI circuit, or at least in my 2017 it did. If the fans not working, reset the GFI outlet.
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[QUOTE=Of note the ceiling fan chain will wrap around the ceiling fan blade. Not good for the motorRoadrunnerII[/QUOTE]

With my North Point, the fan chain always wrapped around one of the blades when traveling. When I got my Pinnacle I put shock absorbers on it and that chain has not wrapped around the blades after 5,000 miles. A little off topic, but if shocks can stop a little chain that weighs less than an ounce from bouncing around, just think of everything else they are protecting!
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With my North Point, the fan chain always wrapped around one of the blades when traveling. When I got my Pinnacle I put shock absorbers on it and that chain has not wrapped around the blades after 5,000 miles. A little off topic, but if shocks can stop a little chain that weighs less than an ounce from bouncing around, just think of everything else they are protecting!
Do you have a pic? My fan chain does the same thing...
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Old 12-15-2019, 12:24 PM   #6
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Do you have a pic? My fan chain does the same thing...
A pic of the fan chain?!
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Here's pics of the fan chain & shocks:
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Ceiling Fan.jpg   Roadmaster Shocks2.jpg  
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Its for the Rear ceiling fan.
Next to the overhead lights right?
Of note the ceiling fan chain will wrap around the ceiling fan blade. Not good for the motor
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We put one of those decorative knobs for the chain end. Stopped the wrap up.
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Here's pics of the fan chain & shocks:
what kind of shocks and was it a DIY project?
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Here's pics of the fan chain & shocks:
Al....... Thanks!!! Got a good chuckle out of that
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Al....... Thanks!!! Got a good chuckle out of that
Same!

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what kind of shocks and was it a DIY project?
Roadmaster and I had a RV Performance Company install them. There are some things I can DIY.........that was not one of them
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I need some shocks myself. I got tired of fixing that chain, that fan must of bounced around so much that one of the blade screws fell out and I can't locate. So have not been able to even use it.
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I need some shocks myself. I got tired of fixing that chain, that fan must of bounced around so much that one of the blade screws fell out and I can't locate. So have not been able to even use it.
Mine was laying on the floor near kitchen slideout. Put lock-tite on all of them so they shouldn't come loose again.
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Old 12-20-2019, 06:46 PM   #15
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Wink control panel switch

thank you to all that answered. I must of had it on when I pulled the chain to see if it works and it came on.

have several more question as this is my first big 5th wheel. have pulled campers for several years and looking forward to camping with one this nice.

Have to buy a truck that can pull 14,000 lbs. can't afford a new one so still looking.
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Ceiling fan switch.
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