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Wanted: Basic electrical work in trailer

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    xxaarraa
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    Cool Wanted: Basic electrical work in trailer


    Hello,

    I need some basic electrical work done on my trailer. I don't need pro quality, just need a competent adult who knows about wires and fuses and relays and such (which is not me) to hook everything up for me. I am going with bubba's schematic and have all the parts necessary already:

    Wanted: Basic electrical work in trailer-screenshot_20170325-091931-jpg

    Happy to pay what is reasonable.

    Happy to bring you the trailer and leave with you for a week or so if you cannot complete in one weekend (though that is preferable).

    If you would rather work at my place in Medford, I have all the tools needed for the job including drill, hole saw etc. and you wouldn't have to bring anything.

    Please PM, thanks

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    Lifer snwbrdr435's Avatar
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    Re: Wanted: Basic electrical work in trailer

    Where are you located? What parts did you get? You running breakers as well as a fuse panel?

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    xxaarraa
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    Re: Wanted: Basic electrical work in trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by snwbrdr435 View Post
    Where are you located? What parts did you get? You running breakers as well as a fuse panel?
    Hey snowbird, I am in Medford, MA.

    I should have added that if you look at bubba's schematic, you can ignore the solar charge controller (top left), I don't need that. AND you can ignore all the wiring to the battery (bottom left), my trailer already has all that wired in straight to a marine battery in the tongue.

    What I need:

    • Shore power hooked up to a plug on the inside, along with a few AC outlets on the inside that feed off that
    • The power center installed
    • The current wiring from LED lights and ceiling fan to be rewired to the power center


    I have the following parts:

    Amazon.com: NOCO Genius GCP1 Black 13 Amp 125V AC Port Plug: Automotive

    Amazon.com: WFCO WF8712PB Black 12 Amps Power Center: Automotive

    I do not understand or know what you mean by breakers and fuses.

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    Last edited by xxaarraa; 04-09-17 at 08:23 AM.

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    Burns retinas nhbubba's Avatar
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    Re: Wanted: Basic electrical work in trailer

    $800 plus materials and I'll do it.

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