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Old 03-09-2006, 05:28 AM   #1
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I need to add a couple of 120's in my TT and need help on "how to". I plan on installing a dirt devil in my closet and need one there and also need one in the under bed storage compartment. THe close is directly near the fuse box/panle and the under bed storage is notdirectly near any power source. Is this a simple mod or a PITA? I hate handing power, but with all of the knowledge on this site, I feel comfortable enough to tackle this mod. Thanks
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I need to add a couple of 120's in my TT and need help on "how to". I plan on installing a dirt devil in my closet and need one there and also need one in the under bed storage compartment. THe close is directly near the fuse box/panle and the under bed storage is notdirectly near any power source. Is this a simple mod or a PITA? I hate handing power, but with all of the knowledge on this site, I feel comfortable enough to tackle this mod. Thanks
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Old 03-09-2006, 10:13 AM   #3
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Simply put, your gonna have to run some wires to wherever it is you want a plug. Wireless aint quite there yet for powering appliances. Keep inmind the wear and tear on wires as you route them. Stay away from spots that would rub. Obviously you'll have to go underneath so you should consider using a conduit. Look at everythings else to see how it's wired. Don't skimp on the ground. Make sure it's protected.

Also, try to consider mounting the dust buster and whatever else you need somewhere else.
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