In case you missed it, hereís what we said earlier.
Changes to avoid inconvenience.Answer the call of nature at 0300 in the winter and, at present, you toddle down to the hab door to find the switch.Dealers might advise leaving the heating on all night on a low setting.Thermostats at home these days are mobile and that situation will come one day to motorhomes and caravans.
When itís really cold at night, we donít heat the house but take the heat control unit into the bedroom.At 0300, a few quick jabs, a wait of about six minutes and off you go in warmth.
We now explain the process of moving the heat control to beside the bed and it will be accessible when not in bed.
Disconnect the batteries. Remove the control unit and look behind at what is involved. Trace where the wire leads. Look for connectors at every stage and take care not to dislodge wires.
You will probably find that the cable disappears behind the curtain system. Eventuallly you see it as you get near the main [not mains] electricity system.
Establish where you want it to go - accessible when in bed, at least.
Decide where to cut the cable. Each wire should be separately coloured. Leave an inch between each cut so that you spread the subsequent insulation when reconnecting. You will need more cable and add to one end.
Relocate the unit and connect the unconnected end. Use tubular isulation which you "tighten" using a match.