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Old 08-06-2012, 07:18 PM   #1
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I have truck camper that the manufacturer is no long in business. A 2007 Okanagan 106 DUB. It has only two roof vents, in the bathroom and over the bed.It is prewired for roof air. Anyone know if the prewired for the roof air is at the over bed vent.
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Old 08-06-2012, 09:46 PM   #2
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It could be, most of the time there is a blank plate in the ceiling, also you can take down the trim on the bedroom vent and see if there is a wire there.
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If the bathroom vent is not in the center of the unit, the AC prewire will not be there. The AC unit should be located in the center of the unit. Drop the vent ceiling trim and you will find the wiring for the AC.
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He said he only had two vents bathroom and bedroom don't think it will be a 3nd in the center of the unit being a truck camper unless it's a A/C access in the center that would need to be cut out but that's a long shot, wire is most likely in the bedroom vent
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