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Old 11-24-2014, 12:50 AM   #1
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Smile seabreeze 2000 aircon wiring

Good day, I live in New Zealand and have a National seabreeze 2000, 1999 model, it has been rewired to NZ standards at 240 volts. the air conditioners were never connected when rewired, I wish to install a step down transformer to run them again, however I can not find the cables that come down to the floor. the 12 volt circuit is working. does any one know where the electric cables come down from the roof to the floor. I have tried looking for diagrams but have not been sucsesfull.

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Old 11-24-2014, 08:26 AM   #3
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Keith.....the original 117VAC wiring for both the AC's ran to a 117VAC circuit breaker box somewhere in your coach. Each AC had a circuit breaker for load protection mounted in this box. I would start looking there.
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Don't know how yours is layed out, my Dolphin has a rear bedroom. The 120V breaker box on mine is in the bedroom at the base of the cabinet with the rear TV, It's behind a small door. Hope that helps.

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Don't know how yours is layed out, my Dolphin has a rear bedroom. The 120V breaker box on mine is in the bedroom at the base of the cabinet with the rear TV, It's behind a small door. Hope that helps.Chuck
My breaker box is at this same location. Rook
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