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Old 06-20-2015, 11:47 AM   #31
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Here is another way to mount and run the cable for the solar panels. Also, a lot of solar install equipment can be purchased off of E-bay at very reasonable prices as long as you know what the retail price is and shop around. For instance, AM Solar sells 4 "Z" mounting brackets for $ 40.00, I got 8 "Z" brackets on E-bay for $18.00 and they were stainless steel. So shop around and take your time.



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Old 06-21-2015, 09:13 AM   #32
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They are running the cable down the refrigerator vent located on the roof. Our Flagstaff Classic refrigerator vent is on the side, below the awning. What I ended up doing was going down the black tank vent. I drilled a hole in the pipe and pulled it out of the vent, resealing the hole back up with silicone. Once there I installed the regulator and in the storage area, pulled the wire across and drilled another hole in the battery area and attached it to the batteries. Works just fine.

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