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Which inside light? There are often times light switches on the wall and on the fixture. Make sure the switch on the fixture is in the on position then use the wall switch to control. If it still does not work, the check the bulb, if that is not the problem check the fuse and from there it will be a matter of tracing the problem through the circuit. RV manufacturers do not publish their wiring diagrams so you will not be able to find one. If you have to trace the circuit it is going to have to be on blind luck so to speak!

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