Well today it rained. I could not polish and I was heart broken, let me tell you. So as to not waste any time, I went back to doing inside stuff.
In the curb side wardrobe I have located all the electrical components. This is where the fuse box is so it seemed like a logical location. I installed my group 27 AGM marine battery first. Then came the intellipower converter. I installed a terminal block/ fuse box combination and out of that I ran a line to the nearest fixture. To my surprise the fantastic fan sprang to life. All the 12 volt lights also came on. I do not know how long it has been, but Anna has 12 volt again.
I proceeded to run some #10 wire over to the area under the twin bed. I put another fuse/ terminal block in here too.I connected up the pump and it turned right on. There needs to be a switch in the line so that the pump does not turn on when the tank is empty, but another successful project done. I will now be able to add lighting or anything 12 volt in the future by having a terminal block located here. By running power over here I now have water from both city feed and I can pump it out of the tank anytime anywhere. The only thing left is to mount the wires so they cannot move and put a switch in to control the pump... Tomorrow, back to polishing.
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