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Old 04-01-2016, 02:58 PM   #1
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Cool New 110 outlet in bedroom of my Discovery2006 39S

Im trying to locate where to connect the wireing for the new outlet

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I don't know the layout of your RV, but we added one to the bedroom and kitchen of our RV and all I did was figure out where I wanted it and for the bedroom there already was 110 power behind the wall with more than enough slack in it to splice in an electrical outlet. For the kitchen I was able to run new wire from an outlet that was already there but about 3 feet from where I wanted the new outlet. You'll no doubt find that it's a lot easier to run wire and connect in interior walls than exterior.
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