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Old 11-07-2023, 01:46 PM   #1
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Interior Outlets

We have a 2008 Classic and need to replace a couple of the 15AMP outlets. I have tried finding the outlets listed in the parts book, but the only one I find available is a GFI. Am I missing something in the parts book?

Or can I buy an outlet + box at Lowes/Home Depot and use that?

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Old 11-07-2023, 02:00 PM   #2
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Use the 2015 Parts Book or Home Depot



2015 CLASSIC TRAILER
II-24
ELECTRICAL, 12 VOLT
Interior Receptacle/Switches/Covers
510868-03 Switch panel, 4-gang, white
511327 Switch body w/rocker, 1 gang, white
511328 Cover switch, one gang white
511566-01 Cover, switch, 2 gang
511567-01 Switch body w/switches, 2-gang, black
511771 Switch assembly, two-gang, white
500967-01 Cover, blank, Ivory
512709 Switch, Slide Dimmer Black #AH-SL
512312 Switch Assembly, reversing, Black
510888-05 Receptacle w/cover, GFI, White
510888-07 Receptacle cover, white
512480 Water heater switch assembly, white
510315 Switch and Receptacle box
511814-01 Receptacle, Duplex, Gray
511815-01 Receptacle, Duplex, Black
511287 Receptacle, Single, 15 Amp
512826 Switch, Rocker, Split, Stainless Steel
512825-03 Switch frame, 3 gang, Stainless Steel
512827 Switch, Rocker, Change-over, Stainless Steel
512825-01 Switch frame, 1 gang, Stainless Steel
512825-02 Switch frame, 2 gang, Stainless Steel
511912 Plate, Receptacle, Stainless Steel






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Old 11-07-2023, 02:26 PM   #3
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You'll likely need a low profile RV style outlet like this one:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...e?ie=UTF8&th=1

A standard residential box won't fit in the space between the skins.

They're a hassle to install without the proper tool as the wires have to be forced into grooves that cut the insulation and hold them in place. Can be done with some wood and a big C clamp if you're careful.

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