Before we purchased our KZ we were heavily considering a keystone. We liked how all the controls for the slide, awning, radio, tv, tank levels, battery levels, lights etc. everything was in one spot. In our KZ it’s broken up in 3 different spots. At the radio under the kitchen cabinets where you can’t see what button you’re pushing and then also in the bathroom. Just seemed a little silly and inconvient.
They put them in different places to keep you on your toes, I have a control panel on the wall next to the pantry, another one on the curb side in the storage area an another in the battery compartment that control the sides, levelers, large awning an front cap lights
Our panel for our two fresh water tanks, black tank level, outside door security light, main awning light is also on this panel in the hallway
Our light switch for the awning on the main slide an our dinning room light is on the front wall of the main slide.
The switch for the overhead pot lights, hallway lights, two light's over sink is on another three way switch on the wall next to the pantry as well, but on the other side an finally the lights under the kitchen island is at the end of the counter toward the back of the trailer under the counter
Now the finial two lights over the davenport on the back wall has a push button switch in each light to turn them on an off along with the one light over the kitchen counter next to the stove
Now what is left is the bedroom an bathroom lights, in the bathroom there is an overhead light which has a switch that has an on an off switch, the vanity light switch which is on the wall next to the one bedroom door. The bedroom has a main switch for the overhead bedroom light which also has a switch included in the light it's self, then the other lights over the head board one on each side which has on/off switches included in them..
An the the closet light which has a light an switch included in the light for such, oh I almost forgot rhe light switch on the outside bedroom wall for the two lights in the nitch's that we have not figured out they are for other than putting pictures in
Lastly the hidden switch that we all have had a time finding for the TV amplifier which is a little button on the overhead behind the bedroom TV
So you only have 3 different spots, we have 6 just in the living area LOL, talk about confused Safe travels
The one I don't understand is why the put the switch for the porch light in the cupboard where the tank monitors are. Why do you have to open a cupboard door to turn on the porch light? It should be on the wall by the door.
As i stated our porch light is on the panel with the indicators for the fresh an black water tanks along with the switch for the water heater being used on propane or electric.
I had forgot about two switch's, one next to the outside door that turns on a light over the door inside an not outside which you would have though it would have been or the switch for the pot lights over the theater seating which is on the side wall next to the back theater seat
I have to say I love all the lighting but I think they need to put switch's in the place's that go to what is being used, ie the outside door light combined with the light over the inside door thus when turning on the porch light you have it on as well as the entry door an the door is lighted on both sides
As well put a double switch in the bathroom, so you have the vanity an overhead light work off a dual switch on the wall next to the vanity, it's not like the bathroom is 20ft wide an you have to feel around in the dark for something
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