What is this switch for on our Nuevo

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  1. Hellfire

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    We have had a 2003 Nuevo for six months. It's been great but, I am completely flummoxed by a switch, looks like a light switch, on the RH panel of the fridge housing. (RH As You look at the fridge)

    It doesn't seem to do anything at all. Anyone know what it is for?
     
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    May be for a fridge ventilation fan, have a look behind the external fridge ventilation covers.
    If it is, very useful in very warm weather. (y)
     
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    We had something like that in our old van , it was for igniting the gas, and flashed till it was lit.
     
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    Radio isolation switch.

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    Seem to remember our Nuevo had a defrost switch on the panel but can't visualise exactly what it looked like.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. Just to clarify it is not n the fridge panel as such, it is screwed to the side of the wooden fridge housing. Would it possibly be to isolate the TV socket? That s the only thing I can think of.

    We don't have a TV so I can't verify that
     
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