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Old 05-07-2017, 03:10 PM   #1
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110V Plug in Passenger/Driver side bays

Hi I have seen specials that have asked for 110V plugs in

- Driver Side small electrical bay up front under Driver
- First bay on the passenger side.

Who has them or wish you had them to use for what??
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Old 05-07-2017, 03:18 PM   #2
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Hi I have seen specials that have asked for 110V plugs in

- Driver Side small electrical bay up front under Driver
- First bay on the passenger side.

Who has them or wish you had them to use for what??
Curb side first compartment, fridge/freezer on slide tray..........
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Salesman told me even if I didn't get the freezer, the 110 would be there. Wrong. It's just like a house, you can never have too many outlets.
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Basement freezer and for air compressor to air up MH tires and/or toad when needed. Also to charge my small electric cordless drill occasionally.
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Added a TV in the "peg board" compartment. Plug was in the next bay over and works perfect!
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Handy for external TV, leaf blower, freezer, and so many more.
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Salesman told me even if I didn't get the freezer, the 110 would be there. Wrong. It's just like a house, you can never have too many outlets.
But, it it's like ours, there is a 110 junction box there. I just tapped off that and put a box and receptacle there.
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I had an outlet installed on the drivers side of the pass through bay on my DS 4018. It's been useful when using my compressor or polisher on that side of the coach, eliminating the need for a really long extension cord.

Now that I've been at it for a year, I'd like an outlet under the front hood in the generator compartment.
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If you get the fridge/freezer option can you plug in another device, polishers or air compressors?
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Hi I have seen specials that have asked for 110V plugs in

- Driver Side small electrical bay up front under Driver
- First bay on the passenger side.

Who has them or wish you had them to use for what??
I have a gfci outlet in my bay, we use it for charging stuff while outside, running appliances (blender, toaster in morning, crocpot, etc)
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Hi,

Was the GFCI a special or was it standard? Which bay is the GFCI located?
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