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Old 07-22-2007, 08:01 PM   #1
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Electrical outlet on 27FB

Waiting to pick up our new 27FBSE. I plan on installing an under counter hot water heater with a spigot. Previously was installed in our 19' Bambi where I cut a hole to run the electrical cord out from under the sink to an outlet on the wall.

Does anyone with a 27FB know if there is an outlet behind the stove or 110v near the sink area. Would prefer not to see the cord which is only about three feet long.

BTW, we do NOT have the conv/micro instead of the gas oven.

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Old 12-16-2007, 06:32 AM   #2
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I'll answer my own question just in case anyone else needs to know. Behind the gas stove there is a 110v outlet, for the microwave I assume. So I guess you could remove the gas stove and install a conv/microwave in there instead.
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Old 12-16-2007, 10:13 AM   #3
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Hi Gowyn
We just signed the papers for our 2008 Safari 27FBSE. It is on the dealer's lot but we're not taking possession until after 1/1/08.
Ours has the Microwave in the middle section of the pantry to the left of the stove. I was going to suggest you look for where they made a connection possible but you beat me to it with your detective work.
Hope you enjoy your's as much as we're looking forward to time in ours.
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Are there any spare circuits on your breaker panel that you could hard wire it into, rather than take up an outlet?
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Been a while since I hooked up the water heater but as I recall there was hardly anything on that circuit. Also the heater was 5.6A max I believe.

Ran the rest of the summer with it plugged in. Gotta love that hot water on demand, beats boiling the kettle all the time.
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