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Old 06-10-2024, 07:28 PM   #5
Beau388
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Hurricane 31S
State: Texas
Posts: 4,311
THOR #6411
My over the couch (now loveseats) speakers are on the rear fader slider for the Axxera dash radio. Since the speakers are in a slide, the wires from the head unit go under the coach over the the bathroom wire chase, where the speaker wires join with 120 volt and 12 volt wires. The wires in the sheath then go across the dinner booth floor in a chase and up the wall to the hollow floor of the cabinets above the loveseats.


I put variable intensity LED light strips on the slide's top valance, so I got really familiar with the slides wiring. I also converted the coach's 15 amp GFCI wiring to 12 awg and 20 amps, so I could use the portable induction cook top (inside and outside) at full power. That required new wiring to the GFCI duplex receptacle on the outer bathroom wall next to the dinette booth. That is when I found the speaker wires.
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2016 Hurricane 31S
1961 Rampside in tow
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