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Octaneforce

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Posted: 09/30/20 06:44pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

enblethen wrote:

Don't cut new openings!
There should be about 4-6 screws holding the box in the wall. Remove screws and see if you can pull it out.
Two screws show in the photo on left side.


Yes you are right i did notice that! However it appears someone replaced the fridge in this coach at some point with a bigger one and then redid the paneling above it, and framed in front of the flanges of the electrical panel. Im definitely gonna have to do some surgery


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Posted: 09/30/20 11:12pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Good luck on finding some slack in those Romex cables
Mine is above the fridge, which is in the curbside wall,
No getting behind mine
I removed the screws holding it to the cabinet,
But it won't budge more than 2"
No way to reach in and cut the hold downs or pull any slack, to get it out, i would have to disconnect every single wire hots, grounds, neutrals, even the DC battery side fuses etc
I think they wired it, then put the roof on,
The installation does not allow for servicing


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Posted: 10/01/20 10:22am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Also you can take wire chaser or toner and connect to each bad wire and trace it to the location its attached to and run from that point back to a the panel. That way you do not have to open too much, just run new wire if possible thru the basement or conduit under the couch.


https://www.amazon.com/Wire-Tracer-Electrical/s?k=Wire+Tracer+Electrical

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