I purchased a dehimidifier for my trailer and plan to use it while the trailer is in stroage.
Dehumidifier / 25 pints dehumidification capacity / Energy Star / Digital control / 115v power / 4.5 amps / 490 watts
The Friedrich D25ANP Dehumidifier controls humidity in small- to medium-sized spaces.
I don't need to keep my main power 30amp on in the trailer while it's in storage. And only want electric power to run a fan, dehimidifier, or portable heater depending on the season it's in storage.
I plan to run a seperate power cord from my storage area power outlet thru the skin on the trailer and into the interior of the trailer.
I have 2 choices, either go thru the floor under/behind a cabinet or, thru an existing break in the skin like the water heater door, furnace, fridge, etc.
I think I found the perfect solution. My trailer has an outside shower that is housed behind a plastic door and enclosed on the backside with a plastic shell. I can gain access to the backside under the wardrobe closet.
There is enough room to drill a hole to run the cord thru. The extra cord can be stored under the wardrobe floor with the water pump.
When the cord is not used I can close the outside door for the shower and no one will know it's there.
I purchased a 25 ft. 12 guage/15 amp extention cord. I'll cut it to the sizes I need and add new HD recepticals/plugs as needed to make this all work.
When looking into the showerbox from outside will be a male plug. From the shore outlet to that plug I'll make a 10' extention cord.,and the rest will be inside the trailer stored under the wardrobe till needed.
I'll be doing this next week unless someone on here has a better idea.
I'm all ears! And always ready to listen to a better or different way to achieve the same goal.