... I took a picture and it's in my cell phone
; I just don't know how to get it out of the phone
and into the computer. From there, I'm good. If you'd like to PM your phone
number I could send it to you but really, there's not much to see. Essentially, this is what I did:
#1) ran an AC line to the galley
with the initial outlet a GFCI quite close to the reefer box. It's not inside the locker and I do use it ocassionally (for the crock pot for instance)
The thinking was that if it tripped, I'd want easy access to pop it back on.
#2) just inside the locker next to the fridge I've got an on/off switch that powers a second outlet box deep in the back of the locker.
That is so I can easily shut down the unit at night without effecting my initial outlet box that is still available for other uses. This also keeps one heavy duty three-strand covered wire for the entire AC side of the galley
#3) At the back of the locker is the secondary outlet box and that one has the reefer and fan plugged into it.
That's what I did... seems to be working. Would I love one of those lovely Norcold units that retail for $700? You betcha. But this $70 Walmart unit serves the purpose and it's good enough. Good luck and happy cruising.