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Re: [RC] Trailer wiring - David & Maggie


Which leads me to my final suggestion.  If you ARE having
problems with the wiring for such and old trailer, _I_ would
suggest taking it in and having the thing professionally
rewired--

Make them give you an estimate first!!! I didn't. The guy not only rewired
the trailer, but rewired the truck, too. Then charged over $600 and claimed
it was a bargain. By the end of the year, it was as if nothing had been
done. The interior camper lights don't work, and if you try to hook them up,
a wire under the hood catches fire! Keeps things exciting anyway.

If anyone is planning on having work done in Central Ohio, don't go to the
guy in Orient.

Maggie



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