Originally Posted by kinma13
My pup hw276 came with a factory AC and I have to plug a 110v 20a cord that comes out of the lower side of the pup and plug it into an outlet on the side or the roof b4 I raise the top. I'll see if I have pics on the computer.
Ok, I get it now.
The cord you plug into the unit is coming from the converter box, and the standard power cord from the converter is plugged into the pedestal or generator! Got it! So you have two cords coming out of the side.
That explains the label on my converter for a 20A AC breaker that would be installed in breaker located C if I had AC installed.
But, I also have some very heavy gauge wire running up to the roof along with rather thin gauge wiring used for lights/fan. And I know the thinner gauge wire runs the lights and fans cause I disconnected it once when troubleshooting an electrical problem.
I always assumed the heavy gauge wire was for future AC install, since the dealer told me it was framed and wired for future AC. Not going to worry about it, since AC will never be installed, and with the trailer buried in the snow, I ain't going anywhere near it, except to sweep off the roof after each storm. (Keeps snowing, I may lose site of the trailer till spring.)