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Old 09-17-2014, 11:00 AM   #1
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1972 Shasta 18'

Just picked up this old girl... she was once a camper, then turned into an auctioneer trailer, and then back to a camper. the side windows on the right (passenger side driving) have been cut open and new sliding windows installed to make it easier to do transactions at the auction. All the other windows are still the crank out. The trailer needs some TLC but it has a microwave, stove, and brand new fridge installed. The front was manipulated to accommodate a modern window air unit too.

My help is with the wiring. I noticed all the lights are 120v and nothing is battery anymore. The wires are still run to the front for batteries but nothing is hooked up or labeled. It also has electric brakes but those wires are all tied together on the frame up by the battery mounts. Can someone help me with a wiring diagram of some sort for the 120v and the 12v wires as well as the electric brakes wiring...

Also, is there any way of knowing if this rig has a 12v built in battery charger? if not i'll hook one up myself so I can run 12v and 120v at the same time.

ANY and ALL electrical information is greatly appreciated!!! running new PEX water lines is a PITA in this thing but we're getting there. also having to rebuild the bathroom because the shower walls were rotted out inside. Lot of work for a little thing, especially when you just sold a 32' motorhome you remodeled and then stepped down in size by half LOL

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