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Old 06-08-2013, 07:10 AM   #1
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Shore line compartment

Hi all. We have a big compartment in our MH where the shore line is stored. Can I store other things in there as it is a large space dedicated only to an electric cord. Will it be dangerous if I do? Is anything gets really hot in there? Is the floor weight bearing like the rest of the compartments?
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This is my setup, if you don't have a reel for your electrical cord, get a garden hose hanger and mount it on the side wall and coil you cord on it to get it off the floor. As for storage in that compartment, yes you can use it for any thing you want to. I just use mine for my electrical stuff. Nothing should get that hot in there, and the flooring should be the same as the rest of the Coach.
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This is my setup, if you don't have a reel for your electrical cord, get a garden hose hanger and mount it on the side wall and coil you cord on it to get it off the floor. As for storage in that compartment, yes you can use it for any thing you want to. I just use mine for my electrical stuff. Nothing should get that hot in there, and the flooring should be the same as the rest of the Coach.
This helps a lot. My space is bigger and there seems to be nothing else there. I had a wooden shelf that i have placed there. I coiled the cord and placed it under the shelf and now i have lots of room on top shelf. Was just wondering if that was safe. You confirmed that i am OK. Thanks.
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Just don't let anything cover up the electrical equipment in there so as to restrict the ventilation. It could cause it to overheat. Just depends on what equipment is in there.
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