Crabman, I pulled a set of wires continuously from the power converter to the front of the trailer for bunk lights. It took about an hour to fish the wires under and around the backside of the shower. If you decide to do such, leave a wire pull (twine) for any future pulls. It was a pain to get the fish tape around that back corner. Then the wires make their way forwards, following the existing utilities (wires and water pipes). I terminated the wires using 3M Scotchlok electrical Insulation Displacement Connector” for the lights in the water heater compartment to reduce the risk of the wire connections from being pulled on. The main wire pull does make its way all the way to the shelving unit above the front bunk. It is all out of sight, except for maybe 2” that still very difficult to see, due to its location. No plug molding was used in the installation of the wires.
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