Protecting Our Electrical

Well, one of the first things we discovered as we voyaged is that there was a leak in our plumbing.

Looks like the connections had just wiggled loose over time and when the pressure was increased it would leak. The plan was to fix that, which we will, however even more concerning to me, having an electrical background, was that underneath all the pumbing and the dripping was an indoor electrical box which had the main connections for the camper. 

With this concern in mind I set to work to first replace this indoor box with a waterproof one so that even if the pipes burst in the future the electrical would be safe. 

Check out my plan 🙂 Have you changed anything electrically on your camper? What was it and how did it go? 

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