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Old 03-05-2019, 12:18 AM   #1
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Inverter in bedroom

I need to wire up a 400 watt inverter in the bedroom of a 2018 Endurance 3006G. I want to come up through floor from battery compartment, wife doesn't trust my skills, any ideas? Thanks

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Send her to buy a new pair of shoes, then when she's gone, then do as they say in the oil business, "drill baby drill".
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Inverter in bedroom

I put one in my trailer coming off the main panel and was a bit hesitant as it was a brand new trailer. Ended up being a fairly simple task. I also wanted to incorporate an off switch for the battery and added that at the same time. It has worked great and was well worth it!! Wife is happy!! Good luck!!
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Old 03-13-2019, 09:50 PM   #7
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Select where you want to bring the wire up at (making sure from the underside that this is the correct place) then cut a small "X" in the carpet and place a small pipe coupling on the bare floor after gently pulling back on the "X" tabs, then simply drill the size hole you want down through the coupling. This prevents your drill from grabbing the carpet and making a mess. You can silicone around the wire after you have everything where you want it.

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