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Old 05-31-2015, 04:34 AM   #11
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Removing that basement wall would not help me, my distribution Box is located on the opposite end of my kitchen cabinets. As I enter my rig, I have a u shaped counter and the electrical is on the left side of the cabinets not right in front of the entrance door.

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Old 08-24-2015, 02:32 PM   #12
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I installed a progressive unit in my 290RLT and it was tight but worked out well.
I removed the small panel to the left of the main breaker panel. Pulled the breaker panel out as far as the wiring will allow. Removed the panel under the cabinet that backs up to the breaker panel. This gave me access to the wiring. I then attached a 3/8 plywood piece to that panel with liquid nails and screws and attached the Progressive unit to it. The digital readout was attached to the louvers on the front of the breaker panel. Secure all of the panels that were removed.
I have traveled over 10k miles and no issues. It has also detected problems with park wiring on three occasions .

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Old 08-24-2015, 03:33 PM   #13
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I did get my progressive industries surge protector installed as well. I thought about removing the cabinet panel as you did but decided to remove the drawer under stove and I also removed electric panel out as wires would allow and mounted it to the floor along the HVAC ducts.
I put the remote on the panel left of the electric panel. It was tight and a lot of rolling around on the floor but installation came out clean and neat and seems to be working well. Thanks for your reply

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