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Old 05-09-2013, 02:04 PM   #1
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Well, I finally bit the bullet and installed 50 amp service on my 2006 ZT 32QB. Not as bad as I thought and turned out really well. Now it's time to snake 12 gauge wire up the wall and across the ceiling to the back bedroom for a 2nd a/c.
If anyone needs any advice or suggestions on how to perform this upgrade, let me know.
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How to and pics would be great. Why not just wire the 2nd a/c to plug into extension cord and plug in?
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I just installed a 30 amp service for mine. Was really straight forward. Beats having an extension cord strung out on the ground. I am not an electrician but felt comfortable after being shown what to do. Electric company stopped by and inspected and tested it.

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I've installed 50 amps in my Zinger about 6 years ago. Best thing I did . Put 2 circuits in kitchen and a couple for electric heaters and fire place.
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