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Old 08-17-2013, 11:53 PM   #1
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Laredo 291TG electrical question

After purchasing a 2013 Laredo 291TG, I've found that I have no 110 outlets in the slide area. I do have 110 lights over the dinette though so 110 is ran into the slide.
Before I start tearing into things to find the circuit, does anyone know how the wires run into the slide or even better a schematic for the trailer?

I'm an electrician so I'll install things safely.
Lenny
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Lenny, I assume you've checked any/all GFCIs? I don't have any exact info for you, I can tell you in any slide that I've worked on the manufacturers run 1 feed to a junction box mounted to the slide then feed the outlets associated with that slide. Hopefully, once you find the junction and open it your problem will be right there.
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After purchasing a 2013 Laredo 291TG, I've found that I have no 110 outlets in the slide area. I do have 110 lights over the dinette though so 110 is ran into the slide.
Before I start tearing into things to find the circuit, does anyone know how the wires run into the slide or even better a schematic for the trailer?

I'm an electrician so I'll install things safely.
Lenny
On many slides a coiled wire is run under the slide in a way that it will retract and not hang down. You will need to find, or run, a 110 source in the belly. In the slide maybe you could run surface wiring up thru the floor to the outlet. Manufactures usually have a connector so that the slide can be installed or removed by simply plugging/unplugging. I have seen these connectors burn, so I would hard wire it.
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If you find where the 120V wires are under the trailer, then go inside to the side wall, and there usually is a blank wall face plate. If not, you'll have to go cutting holes.
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