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Old 09-06-2012, 03:19 PM   #1
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Exclamation Where are the Wires??

We have a 2005 #2753. My wife would like me to install the TP dispenser
on the wall between the shower door and bathroom door.
On the other side of this wall resides the Temp/AC control.
Does anyone know if the wires for the control go up or down??
My guess is they go up to the AC unit and down to the furnace but I don't know and don't want to experiment and create a discombobulation in the wires. Too much grief....
The wiring diagrams that i've been able to find are not explicit enough.

So far we've only traveled within New York State but hope to go Xcountry someday.

Great trailer - to bad Sunline burped. Wish I knew more of the story..

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When we disassembled the 2004 T-299SR, all the wires went up. Once they got to the "Attic" area, they went to the A/C and across to the door side wall. when they got to the wall, they then went down and routed to the furnace.

To the right in this picture, you can see where all the wires came down. That is the area where the converter, fridge and furnace were.

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Old 09-06-2012, 06:54 PM   #3
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Many Thanks EMD. guess I'll give it a try.

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Many Thanks EMD. guess I'll give it a try.

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When you install your TP holder, I would highly recommend the use of some kind of wall anchors. Either that, or make sure one side of it is in a wall stud..


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Old 09-07-2012, 04:40 AM   #5
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Thanks again EMD.
By the way - do you mind if I ask why you had disassembled your 2004 T-299SR??
Quite an undertaking...
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Second the use of wall anchors. Studs were few and far between.

I mounted ours on the wall behind the thermostats and had no issue with the wires.

BTW-The trailer Gary disassembled was an accident victim that he and Kitty bought at salvage and broke down for parts.

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Some people have mounted the toilet paper holder inside the cabinet.

I found a paper towel holder (the kind with an upright pole you drop the roll of towels onto) and mounted it to the counter with two pieces of velcro. It holds two rolls of paper and has a decorative 5 x 5 piece of wood on front that coordinates with our interior.
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C C, that sounds good. Any chance you can post a picture? I never mounted mine so the TP roll usually jus sita on the edge of the tub.
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C C, that sounds good. Any chance you can post a picture? I never mounted mine so the TP roll usually jus sita on the edge of the tub.
I found a towel ring, paper holder and (I think) a toothbrush holder still in the original plastic bags in a drawer when we bought our camper. The original owner said he didn't want to put holes in the walls and neither do I so I bought a (paper towel) toilet paper holder from a crafter at "Shipshewana on the Road". I don't have a photo of it, but found instructions for making a similar one (photo below) at The RunnerDuck Plant Name Tags, step by step instructions..

You could decorate with just about anything - thin wooden cutouts can be found in any craft department or you could just paint a design on, use transfer decals, etc. Maybe instead of a birdhouse, you could make it an outhouse by painting a black crescent shaped moon and not adding the small dowel/perch.

The front of mine is just a piece of wood about 5 1/4 x 5 1/4 x 3/4 with thin wooden pine trees glued/attached with tiny finishing nails and what had been a white moon peeking out from behind the trees. I painted the moon yellow to make it a sun so it ties in with the decals on our 1997 T-2363.

Mine doesn't have a knob on top of the dowel but I've seen some that do. The piece on front of one was cut into the shape of an apple and had a 3D apple knob.

I put a 3-inch strip of Velcro on the bottom along the left and right sides and stuck it to the countertop. Drop two rolls of paper on and don't worry about running out.
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