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Old 10-27-2014, 10:04 PM   #81
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I guess this means I dont get that kiss
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From Marinco, they make Y connectors:

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Let's change it up a little.

What if my over sized Rocna and all chain rode made my shore-cords handle more amperage??
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Let's change it up a little.

What if my over sized Rocna and all chain rode made my shore-cords handle more amperage??
Oliver…go wash your mouth out…youz are troublemaking…
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Do you connect the ground to the chain for that to work?
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From Marinco, they make Y connectors:

Thank you!!!! Note the cutout from the last para....
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Old 10-28-2014, 08:06 AM   #88
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Nowhere does it say you have 100 amps. Unless you think the words "2 pools of 50" actually means 100. If it meant 100 it would say 100. Still bliss on your part.
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Do you connect the ground to the chain for that to work?

Yes, but I'm wondering if I should hook the engine ground and neutral to it? What kind of zincs do I need?
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OK folks....

.... you decide which semantics you want to install on your boat...something that a marine shore power cord manufacturer explains carefully what to use so you get what you want...enough power to run 12000 watts worth of equipment...

or the other....

The Marinco article says it all....no matter what language you speak.
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It does explain it very well, until you start adding in your own opinion. Read it and understand it exactly the way it was written, word for word. not your translation.
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Ok guys... Y'all have made your point(s). Getting the last word or making this a Richard waving contest doesn't make you right. Please move on.
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