A Neat Wire Job - Fiberglass RV


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Old 08-27-2006, 07:29 PM   #1
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While packing after our last camping trip my wife , while taking hoses and extention cords from me, placing them under the rear seat, where there is one of 3 wire nests, must have
hit a wire because the lights all went out. Luckely the trailer running lights all worked fine and it must have just hit an wire that was used to light the interior lights. I vowed then and there that I would re-wire this winter.
We planned another trip out so I decided that I would tackle this job now.
What I thought would take one day took the better part of 4 days to get all back up and running
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Old 08-27-2006, 08:30 PM   #2
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While packing after our last camping trip my wife , while taking hoses and extention cords from me, placing them under the rear seat, where there is one of 3 wire nests, must have
hit a wire because the lights all went out. Luckely the trailer running lights all worked fine and it must have just hit an wire that was used to light the interior lights. I vowed then and there that I would re-wire this winter.
We planned another trip out so I decided that I would tackle this job now.
What I thought would take one day took the better part of 4 days to get all back up and running
Check it out at

http://s54.photobucket.com/albums/g108/can...amp;media=image

copy and paste the link and I think it will work
Gerry I just rewired the exterior lights under the floor because they were all crusty with corrosion inside the trailer walls from temperature diffrental causing oxidation of connections. Now the wires are protected from that. That's the way it should have been done originally.
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Old 08-27-2006, 09:18 PM   #3
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Gerry,

Very, very nice job. No telling the number of headaches you've saved yourself!
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