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youngnbald

Thanks for the info Dusty!  I have the product, just needing the time to get this done.  Used the camper this weekend, but no rain and had too much going on to field repair the straps.  If things calm down, I may get this done soon.

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Finally installed the wiring for my AC outlets.  One on the tongue and two located on the rear of trailer.  When set up at a camp site, source power plugs into the male pigtail on front receptacle.  The back two are then hot and makes for easy access to four outlets to be used under the canopy.  This is where the picnic table and eating occurs.  Having extension cords for everything isn't great.  Now rope lights around canopy, coffee maker, etc. plug into the new receptacles and no extension cords needed.

 

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m2102

looks good Mark. you know what they say, less is more. especially for electrical

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Halfling

Looks really good Mark! Great job!

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