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Old 07-12-2013, 01:15 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by pwb01 View Post

One you check the polarity, yes you can. That's what I did in my last camper for a vent fan. I tied into the wiring for a near by unswitched ceiling light.
I had to do this with my 8280WS because the main cabin vent wasn't prewired. I had to tunnel through the Styrofoam insulation with a straightened coat hanger. Quite a mess!

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Old 07-12-2013, 01:26 PM   #12
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I installed another light that I got that was directly inline with all of the other light fixtures. I "tunneled through the foam as well, and found the wires- same as what are on the other lights downstream from there. Looks like a factory install. Incidentally, there was 4 wires found- 2 for lighting, and 2 for the fantastic fan. Both pairs were molded together in two's, like a power cord to a 120v plug, but smaller gauge. Randy

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