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Old 07-23-2018, 07:12 PM   #1
Long & Winding road
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: 2017 Axis 25.4
State: Arkansas
Posts: 2,610
THOR #12231
Added new receptacle to Axis last weekend.

I was busy with the RV again this weekend. Not sure what I would do If I was not busy taking care of the Thor quality control/modificatons to my RV. LOL

After "we" (the Thor Forum and I) figured out my Inverter problem I was having - I added a 2nd receptacle under the dinette for easier access and more plug-in if needed.

Not sure if Thor has cutout's and extra romex wiring under "all dinettes" or "all Axis'" or if I was just lucky (For a change). But when I looked under the seating area they had a cutout spot for a receptacle in the front and just enough romex rolled up that would reach it.

I was NOT able to find a "quick receptacle box" like Thor has that included USB charging ports so I used this one I found on Amazon and I already had the blue plastic box. All I had to do is open the hole up more (Tight fit for box but the quick box will fit fine), cut the fabric on the front side, cut into existing wiring and hook up the next receptaclel. Works perfect on inverter or AC power.

Plus in Installed the Oxygenic Shower head. That was only a 10 minute job.
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