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Old 05-24-2017, 02:20 AM   #1
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Progressive Surge protector remote display

Hi, I have the surge protector mounted on the bulkhead just under the generator transfer junction box. Now I am looking for the best way to run the cable for the remote display to the wall between the kitchen and bathroom where the other controls are.
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Old 05-24-2017, 02:52 AM   #2
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I did this very project about 2 years ago. PM me and I'll get you the info.
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Old 05-24-2017, 03:31 AM   #4
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I watched that video awhile back and completely forgot the part about the channel on the bottom of the trailer. I was thinking above, not below. Ironically, we just had a really intense lightning storm that knocked the power out for a few minutes. The trailer was plugged in to keep the batteries charged, and I gave a sigh of relief knowing that my newest investment was protected.
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Muddflap, did you make that video??
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Muddflap, did you make that video??
No. I was wondering if one of our people made it.
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On both our 36RL and current 39MB, I pulled the Monitor Panel to allow access behind and dropped my Remote control cable down into the area behind the rear basement bulkhead. Then pulled down a section of the basement ceiling and ran my line forward and into the battery compartment.
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Same as Michelle except on my RL, the included phone cable was too short to do this by about 4'. I had to run to HD and get a 25' cable to make it.
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Going through the basement ceiling makes the most sense in my installation. How do I take out the ceiling panel without tearing something up like I usually do? Do the little black strips just pull out?
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I installed mine behind the converter box, that way what ever is my power source, all is protected. Guess I could have mounted it upstream of the transfer switch to protect it as well, but didn't.
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Installed mine in same location
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Put mine in the service center. Figured when I plugged in, I could just walk up and see what the monitor told me. Don't need to monitor it all the time from inside the coach. If the EMS catches a problem and shuts me down, I can go out and see what the problem is
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Put mine in the service center. Figured when I plugged in, I could just walk up and see what the monitor told me. Don't need to monitor it all the time from inside the coach. If the EMS catches a problem and shuts me down, I can go out and see what the problem is
That's exactly what I did. Mounted it on the backside of the access door.
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