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Old 04-28-2011, 07:01 PM   #1
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hey guys im new here and was hoping someone could help me out ive bought a 1989 fleetwood 5th wheel camper it was half gutted and now im redoing the inside i need some help with the inside wiring from the inverter and the 12v system and 115v side of things can someone help with a diagram or a web site i can visit any help would help at all thanks

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Old 04-28-2011, 10:14 PM   #2
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To the best of my knowledge there are no wiring diagrams for trailers, few motor homes even have one. I suspect you have 8 circuits/breakers in your convertor and 1 master breaker for a 120/240, 50A panel. A 30A breaker panel should have4- 6 breakers. The air conditioner is 1 dedicated circuit, microwave 1 dedicated circuit. Other circuits should be divided to evenly distribute expected loading/amperage draw. The kitchen area outlets should be a dedicated circuit, bathroom should have a GFCI outlet as the first outlet from the breaker panel so it will provide protection to the downstream outlets too.
That is as much detail I have to offer.
If you truly have an inverter, I cannot address that wiring.

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i need some help with the inside wiring from the inverter and the 12v system and 115v side of things can someone help with a diagram or a web site i can visit any help would help at all thanks
Merely a suggestion: Winnebago Industries then clik on "resources" then clik on "diagrams and manuals". From this point I think you can select "Wiring diagrams" and try to find a diagram that addresses your wiring questions. My coach (see sig.) had the three systems from the factory so you could look at the diagram for it and hopefully get some help.
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:14 PM   #4
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ray and kix thank you guys kix the web site is what im looking for thanks again guys ive been on alot of sites and know one helped thanks again guys
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