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Old 05-04-2016, 11:04 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Doxies in the Rockies View Post
Tony, thank you. We're in Littleton. My husband is good with wiring, etc., but since solar would be new to us, I'm sure he'd appreciate having someone to ask questions! Unfortunately he's going to be having a hip replacement next month - didn't think I'd ever be saying that before retirement age at least! So, this can't happen until later summer. I'm afraid our brand new camper isn't going to get much use until August.

Mnoland - thanks for the link! It's all Greek to me but I think it will make sense to my husband!
The hardest part is sitting down and drawing a schematic and then doing the actual wiring. I've had to move some things around to organize my wiring a bit better but it was worth it.

I'm about an hour South of Littleton. I can do an install but I'm not cheap and would charge the same labor rate I earn on my regular job but still much cheaper than a dealership except no half-arse work done here ;-)

My neighbor had a hip replaced and her only regret is she waited so long. When her other hip goes, she will get it fixed asap instead of suffering. Your husband will be up and walking around pretty good in 3-4 weeks and be better for it.

Good luck!
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