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Mystery switch 10 months 1 week ago #457909

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I have recently bought an Elddis Crown 13/2, 1995, and am mystified by a swich on the Control panel.
I have managed to work out what the small switches do, but there is a larger, Mains-type switch in the top left corner whixh is not labelled and seems to have no obvious function.
Any information would be much appreciated.
This problem might be solved if I had an Owner's Handbook; anyone out there who can help?
Many thanks
Dick
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Mystery switch 10 months 1 week ago #457913

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I've got one of these, it's the isolation switch for the roof mounted Dometic air conditioning unit. Do you have one of those (or had one at one point and it's now been removed, leaving the switch as redundant?)
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Mystery switch 10 months 1 week ago #457953

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.Wrong Manual
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Mystery switch 10 months 1 week ago #457955

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The Elddis acrchive of downloadable seems to cease at year 2000 and none earlier, so hopefully someone will come up trumps on here for you (www.elddis.co.uk/help-support/help-advice/handbooks?archive=1). Don't know whether any earlier are available if you contact Elddis direct?
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