Okay, so I have been going through my new to me 1994 Classic 300. Overall I have been very happy with what I have found. All the interior electrical works perfectly as well as the furnace and stove.
The furnace, however, does not move a lot of air. There is good flow out of the kitchen at 1 end, but the flow out of the living room and bedroom vents is very low. It appears to be functioning correctly, so I am thinking of installing some adjustable vent to help even out the flow.
The switches by the exit doors that control the outside lights blows the fuse every time it is turned on, so I have to troubleshoot that still.
My main question is what the switch in the picture is for. It is located on the ceiling in the living room, somewhat close to the awning crank. You can see the edge of the crank in the right of the pic.
I also order more LEDs to finish switching over the interior light. To increase the light output I used reflective metal duct tape on the inside of the fixtures to reflect the light back down. I can get pics of the end result if anyone is interested.
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