<font face='Arial'> So, I got myself nice and sweaty this morning installing my 13.5K Carrier a/c on my 08 Flagstaff PUP--by myself! Not bad for a lawyer who's never done anything like that before... Problem is that I've searched and searched and cannot find any info on how the a/c wiring is routed inside the camper and to shore power (or not). I have an extra "out" hole next to my shore power---should I just add an end to the 12ga. romex and plug in at the campground (haven't been anywhere yet--but that will change now with a/c!)? Are there 2 plugs at most campgrounds for "normal" shore power line and a/c? Can I just plug it in inside the PUP into one of the outlets? I did, and it seems to work fine, but d/n want a fire at 2am! Electricity is really not my thing... My power inverter reflects a 15a and 20 breaker--and 2 outlets inside the camper. Which is which???? (one is GFI protected). Last, anyone have pics of how they've wired the power to the roof internally? That Romex is pretty stiff stuff--what do you do with it when folding down? Thanks much, John ps--I have read ALL the manuals that came with my PUP, to no avail.</font id='Arial'> I may disagree with what you say but will defend to my death your right to say it.