Rimor Koala LED lighting

May 28, 2011
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Please can someone advise
Have just purchased a Rimor Koala 48 that has LED lights in the lounge cupboards and the bathroom. The swtch that turns them on and off is the main one by the door which also controls the spotlights and ceiling lights.

The LED strips don't seem to have a seperate on and off switch so to turn them off we then loose access to all the other lights.

Surely this can't be right.

Cordoba who we bought the motorhome from just suggested we cut the cable to the LED lights but would like to know if there is a better solution first.

Many thanks
Steve and Glen
Jan 23, 2011
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Hi Steve & Glen
I posted previously but it does not appear so I'll try again.
Normally the switch near the door is so that you can make sure all the internal lights are switched off when leaving the motorhome.
It would be unusual if each light is not independently switched.
I would go back to your dealer & get them to contact the manufacturer for further information, before going down their suggested route.
Some locker/bathroom switches are located underneath the lockers.
The ceiling & spotlights generally have the switch incorporated in the fitting.


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