Switches of Importance upon entry

In most cases, the switches in the vans have two main setups as shown below. The setup may be different in some models such as the Daydream, Norfolk, Whitehaven, and Bribe because they have additional lights.

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    1 - 12 volt Isolation Switch
    2 - Stepwell Light Switch
    3 - Annexe Light Over Door
    4 - Annexe Light Rear of Van
    5 - Roof Light White
    6 - Roof Light Blue
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    1 - 12 volt Isolation Switch
    2 - Stepwell Light Switch
    3 - Annexe Light Over Door
    4 - Annexe Light Rear of Van
    5 - Kitchen Pelmet Light
    6 - Roof Light White
    7 - Roof Light Blue
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  • To ensure that the 12volt Isolation Switch is functional, please switch off the battery protector. The battery protector is located on the battery board of the front boot model, or on the overhead cupboard of a model with no front boot.

    *When switched off, the 12v Isolation Switch will be active. When turned on, the 12v Isolation Switch will be deactivated.

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  • Prior to traveling, push the blue “PRESS” button to determine whether the Brakesafe battery has sufficient charge. If a green light appears to the right of the “Press” button, you are good to travel. If you see a red light instead, you need to charge the Brakesafe longer. The Brakesafe is located on the Battery Board of a front boot model, or on the offside bedside cupboard of a model with no front boot.

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  • Switch for Electric Step can be found near the entry door.
    (This is directly wired to the battery)
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