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Old 03-20-2018, 06:10 PM   #1
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What Does This Switch Do?

I have scoured this site for the answer to this question and I find myself getting sidetracked reading all of the other valuable info that I never thought of.

So, I just had to replace my battery in my 2015 Jayco Eagle HT and saw a switch to the left. It is a regular light switch. I called where we bought the trailer from and they said it was to turn off/on the front LED lights if desired. Weird, but okay. I was at work at the time and could not verify. I went home to see if this was correct...nope. I flip the switch off, turn the LEDs on from inside and the awning and front LED lights come on. It doesn't turn off the front jacks.

Does anyone know what this switch controls? I don't even remember the sales guy showing us what it does or even to turn the battery cutoff switch off when storing...hence the new battery today for our next trip.
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Old 03-20-2018, 06:16 PM   #2
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any pictures? my switch down by my battery controls the led lights that are built in to my front cap, not the led lights in the awning.
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Old 03-20-2018, 06:25 PM   #3
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I can get a picture tonight when I get back home. That's what they guy said too from the dealership. It didn't control the LED lights, under the awning or front cap. I can switch them both on/off from inside. The switch I am questioning is just above where the solar plug is under the tongue. It is inside the battery compartment.
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Old 03-20-2018, 06:37 PM   #4
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Rear camera power switch


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Rear camera power switch


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Picture of Switch

Interesting on the rear camera power switch. I did a quick look and I don't have a plug or anything at the back of the trailer, just the hitch wiring harness. Here is that picture from last night.
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The wiring is inside the rear wall behind the center clearance light.


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The wiring is inside the rear wall behind the center clearance light.


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