Hi All, weíve owned a 1995 Funlite 23FLL since new. Iím doing some maintenance/upgrades, including re-doing 120V wiring to the fridge. The trailer came new with a 6-breaker panel (for the 120V system). From Hi-Lo, the refrigeratorís 120V heating element circuit was wired in with the same breaker as the transformer/12-V charger, and I want to re-wire things so the fridge has its own dedicated breaker. That way, Iíll be able to turn-off the charger/transformer without shutting off the 120V fridge heating element.
Hereís the breaker panel wiring scenario -- six breakers, left to right ( see pic here https://1drv.ms/u/s!Au56qY7L6bswnpkX...owQgQ?e=h4qvpP
Breaker#1: green 30A: Main panel shut-off.
Breaker#2: red 20A: A/C only (dedicated outlet).
Breaker#3: red 20A: Connected to a Romex cable, but cannot figure out what itís to!
Breaker#4: red 20A: All five 120V plug-in receptacles, except A/C and fridge.
Breaker#5: red 20A: Fridge and 12V-transformer/charger.
Breaker#6: blue 15A: Open/un-used, not connected to anything.
My question is about 20A Breaker#3. Hi-Low wired it to a Romex cable (same as all the other breakers, except #6 which isnít wired at all) that runs down the left side of the trailer to...somewhere.
Iíve traced the Romex cables, but without completely tearing out the floor and all panels, I canít see where it goes. Iíve removed several wood panels to see routing. I traced/mapped all the breakers and their circuits, but canít find out what this #3 breaker/cable goes to or what it does.
Hereís what #3 is NOT connected to:
-Battery charger/12V transformer,
-Water heater (propane only),
-Furnace (propane+12V only),
-None of five 120V receptacles, including the one outside the trailer,
-Range (propane only, no electricity),
-Pump, fans, waste/water/toilet/monitor, etc. (all 12VDC stuff)
-TV antenna amplifier/booster (12VDC)
-Hydraulic lift system (12VDC),
-Solar panel/system (add-on from the dealer).
There is nothing in my original Funlite Owners Manual in terms of a 120V wiring diagram (in fact, it shows a 4-breaker panel, not a 6).
Can anyone suggest what this breaker/cable goes to? Generally if a breaker is un-used, then itís not wired/connected to anything, period.
Has Hi-Low wired this for something else? Iíd like to use this 20A breaker for my dedicated fridge circuit, but would first like to know what/if Hi-Low had wired it to.
I appreciate any input
and sorry for the length of this post