Originally Posted by rstnfmly
beipers, yes the blank/open spot is off the main bar, so I'll be in good shape there. Did you put a regular gfi outlet on the side of pedestal and run the remaining receptacles off the load side? Was it relatively easy to route from the panel to the water bay?
That's exactly what I did with the GFI. I wouldn't say running the wire was easy. I pushed the wire through the same hole as the other wire and followed the same route over the top of the transmission and into the RH side of the bay inside the wheel well. There was plenty of room to work under the coach. However, routing inside the wheel well was tough. Lucky I'm 6' with fairly thin, long arms. It may have actually been easier to route it through the LH side where the bathroom plumbing enters the bay.
One other thought. I re-balanced the load on my panel so that I am able to pull the maximum load from the generator during the winter. Before I did, I tripped the breaker at the generator because there was a significantly larger load on one of the legs. Since it is a single, dual pole breaker at the genset, I lost all power to the coach.
2015 SOB 5th Wheel
2013 Chevrolet 3500 CC, DD SRW
1 Wife, 2 Kids under 5
Camping nights: 2015 - 19, 2014 - 39, 2013 - 48