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Old 03-08-2016, 07:24 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by eklav View Post
Thanks Magnolia Tom, I assumed you then just pulled the fuse box out since I did not see a way to access that area from the bunk room?

Yes, I pulled out the fuse box to access the wiring. Took less than an hour to install the EMS and out everything back together

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Old 03-08-2016, 08:26 PM   #12
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Thanks Redhorse1, that was the first spot I looked at but could not see the electrical cable at all. Yours looks great and looks like you had a lot of space to work with.
My 50A service connects at the very back on the ODS side. I figured it ran pretty direct to the panel. As I recall the cable came up thru a subfloor from the rear. After disconnecting it from the panel I found it was long enough to reach my EMS mounting spot. The cable is thick solid copper and was a bear to bend into the shape I wanted. After a bout of colorful language I was satisfied with the routing. If the 5th was in storage I'd take a more detailed pic for you but it's 250 mi away at the dealer.


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Old 03-09-2016, 11:45 AM   #13
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Thanks to all of you for posting to my question, with all the replies I now have enough information to do this project this weekend. I am glad that I found this forum and look forward to learning more from all of you (and maybe I can provide some advice and incite as well some day).

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