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Old 08-06-2018
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Default 1995 42’ WLWB Master Electronic Switch

Soooo. The WL Owner’s Manual mentions on page 8-5 that for storage the A/T, electronic master, and inverters switches should be shut.

I can’t find the electronic master switch. Not on the bus, in the WOG, or another mention of it in the manual.

What am I missing?
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Soooo. The WL Owner’s Manual mentions on page 8-5 that for storage the A/T, electronic master, and inverters switches should be shut.

I can’t find the electronic master switch. Not on the bus, in the WOG, or another mention of it in the manual.

What am I missing?
It's mentioned quite often on the Forum???

Mine is inside the overhead cabinet in front of and above the driver's head.
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It's mentioned quite often on the Forum???

Mine is inside the overhead cabinet in front of and above the driver's head.
Great, thanks! I just need the same info for a 95’ 42’ WLWB.
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Great, thanks! I just need the same info for a 95’ 42’ WLWB.
1-open cabinet door
2-check for switch
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I have a 95. Middle cabinet above the dash for the master electrical. The A/T switch is on the dash, but I think you have found that? Inverter remote switches are under the drivers window on the wall, if you really want to shut them off the rear compartment curb side between engine and tag axle, has house batteries and an upper compartment that you can open and manually flip them off.
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Upper Co-Pilot panel on my 95:

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Default 1995 42’ WLWB Master Electronic Switch

That goes to show you they never built 2 of them the same. Ours is located behind the doors in the overhead in front of the passenger.;
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Thanks, all. I don’t have the coach at home so I will have to check next visit. I am intrigued by the different locations noted above. The electronics master is not on the co-pilot overhead panel so it must be in a cabinet, although I don’t recall seeing a switch in a cabinet.

I like the Summers’s ‘95 set up. Seems like a logical location for the master electronics switch and the leg load list is a nice addition. Helps to keep things balanced. I might have to compare how I’m wired here and copy the concept.
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I found the electronics master in the front center cabinet.
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