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Old 03-27-2007, 12:34 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by anholman
The mystery deepens......The outside vent that you show is where the power cord is fed through to the outside world on my TW. Also there is no evidence of ever a vent inside mine. Where does your power cord exit? Your pictures were fine. Thanks.
i forget how it terminated when i got it. not pretty comes to mind. i have since replaced it with a norinco plug in a serivice panel where the old furnace used to be along with the city water hookup.

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Old 03-27-2007, 07:04 PM   #16
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Hmm, dunno about those photos. Here's the URLs, they're marked public on Flickr...

Water pump and left side of water heater on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Vent pipe coming up from black water tank (I think) on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

I replaced that whole section of floor without replicating the cut-out:

I cut off the bench and will be installing a regular toilet there with a standard 3" hole through the floor, and other holes for the vent stacks and so on.

As you can see in that photo, I also spliced all the electrical cables that went to the circuit breaker box and 12V fuse panel and pulled them forward, as I plan on putting the battery, breaker panel & inverter/charger around the front of the street-side wheel-well. My plan is to be able to use that space at floor-level for storage, inside the corner cabinet, which previously held the water heater, pump, and lots of tangled pipes. I moved the city water inlet & fill inlet forward as well.

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