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Hi. does anyone know what the little switch is situated on the bottom of the right hand side of the front bench . thanks Carly.

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Probably hot water heater on 240V.

 

You see, caravan designers would prefer that you don't know what every switch does.

In 3 vans we have had, this switch was only labelled once.

 

Keep this secret to yourself, don't tell others :)

Graham

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Probably hot water heater on 240V.

You see, caravan designers would prefer that you don't know what every switch does.

In 3 vans we have had, this switch was only labelled once.

Keep this secret to yourself, don't tell others :)

Too late ! You have told us.

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Thanks. so when I hook up the Lecky and switch that on that's for my shower,wash basin and sink. ? 😕

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Thanks. so when I hook up the Lecky and switch that on that's for my shower,wash basin and sink. ?

 

Yes, that will be your water heater I expect.

 

John. :)

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Yes rob. only got the caravan saturday. so only had a look around and noticed it. Carly.

Thanks John.

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But but but BUT do make sure the water tank is full of water before switching it on!

 

And of course, you need to be connected up to the mains.

Graham

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Thank you wispman. really appreciate your advice. carly.

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Hi. does anyone know what the little switch is situated on the bottom of the right hand side of the front bench . thanks Carly.

Could be the isolation switch for the electric element for the Truma heater in a Swift 'van -- it confounded me for a while! Nothing in the manual.

Alan

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Thanks Alan. what is the trauma heater. carly.

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It would help to know the age of the van, it could also be the outside awning light if it is on the door end of the seat.

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Hi Carly, have you joined the Swift Talk forum? They have a section with online manuals which may be of help to you.

 

Mike.

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It's a 1995 swift challenger stevan.

Hello mike. I will join the swift Talk forum. have a good read up on the van thanks. Carly.

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Trauma heater ????? (#11) Don't you just hate spellcheckers !!!!!

 

Andy

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