Routing wires through the walls of a camper isn’t always easy. Here’s a trick: leave the wire on the surface of the wall and mask it with a piece of trim. That’s what had to happen in our camper’s bedroom. It worked out great, and created a cool detail.
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Good video on routing wires. How about routing wires into a slideout (i.e. a power outlet)?