In the entire camper there are exactly two electrical outlet circuits. How they are divided is a mystery to me. All that I know is that running a blow drier in the bathroom while using the microwave is not an option... Since the new tankless water heater didn't have a 120V option like the original one did, I was left with an unused 15A breaker and a set of AC power lines under the kitchen cabinets. Since the only other outlet in the kitchen is next to the entry door and any counter top appliances I use can barely reach it, I decided to add an outlet in the kitchen. The best place to put it was directly under the counter top between the oven and sink. With this placement, I can set a toaster or crock pot on the covered stove top or on top of one of the sink lids. Also, since the only thing on the breaker is this one outlet, I don't have to worry about it tripping because my wife want's to blow dry her hair!
In case you were wondering:
Ground Wire (Green or Pure Copper) connects to the little screw floating by one of the corners.Neutral (White Wire) goes to the silver terminal - should be the longer of the two outlet slots.Hot (Black Wire) goes to the gold terminal - should be the shorter of the two outlet slots.