No pitfalls. Unpaid Rv from 110v power and use the battery disconnect in the step well.
I removed everything from the wet bay including the divider and the black flex cover over the WIFCO.
Inside, I stood the mattress up at the end of bed after putting the slide out. Than removed the storage door and wood cover. This is where I used the vacuum to get all of the construction debris. Well, all I could reach.
Find the 110v receptacle and unplug the converter. Start removing the black foam until the wire is free and the hole to the wet bay is clear.
Feed the wire thru Into the wet bay, disconnect the red, white and ground wires from the WIFCO. Remove WIFCO.
Install the progressive using the same screws, attach wires, feed 110v line to the receptacle.
On the inside. If you want the wizard in the bedroom, feed it thru the same hole and mount in a convenient location.
When I plugged in the 110v line, I used a couple of ties to secure the plug.
Double check your work, turn the battery disconnect on and plug in the 110v or run the genny. Check the wizard lights.
After you are satisfied, get your can of expanding foam, red can with yellow top, great stuff and fill everything. Be generous.
Reassemble the wet bay and the bed. Approx total time for me, 3 hours.
Good time to take reference photos.
I may have forgotten something, so be careful. Hope this helps. Sorry about being wordey.
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