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Old 02-16-2018, 03:28 PM   #1
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2300 bedroom tv wall

Looking for those campers who have looked inside of the wall in the bedroom against the frig of a 2300 coach or such Love to see any pics out there. Or comments as to what access is in there and how it is assembled.

Ready to wire a second air. "Current plan" (could not help myself) is run 12ga from the most passenger rear ceiling vent in the ceiling to the next forward passenger air duct, turnn right towards the frig and ta.da.

Would like to know if there is space to run wire down along the rear facing side of the frig (aka the wall where the rear tv resides). Once down below bed level everything else is, well, cake...
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I've got a Forester 2301 so it's the same unit. I moved the power plug for the bedroom TV up above the TV where it wouldn't get kicked while laying in bed. I cut a hole big enough to fit the plug - like 2" X 3" and found nothing but air and space behind that wall.
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ex o lent

Thanks! That is great news, will also do the plug location while I am in there....
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Old 02-19-2018, 05:59 AM   #4
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I've got a Forester 2301 so it's the same unit. I moved the power plug for the bedroom TV up above the TV where it wouldn't get kicked while laying in bed. I cut a hole big enough to fit the plug - like 2" X 3" and found nothing but air and space behind that wall.
I totally agree that plug is in the wrong place. I am constantly kicking that plug.
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