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Old 11-06-2014, 06:18 PM   #61
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Then when the power goes back on you got two power sources. That could get interesting fast.
Worse than that, you power up the "dead" lines leading to your house and possibly fry a couple linemen.

Actually, part of his plan was to turn off the main breaker and if everything went as planned there would be no danger. But, it only takes one human to misunderstand or forget and .................... !
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Old 11-07-2014, 04:36 PM   #62
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No photos. the power receptacle is just forward of the starboard door into the main cabin. This door is on the side, right at the lower helm. The electrical panels are all right there-the power comes in and the shore power breaker is less than two feet away, then the AC panel is within a foot of the breaker. DC panel is right there also. Very convenient and all the wires are accessible from the back through opening doors (look like cupboard doors) in the forward head.
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No photos. the power receptacle is just forward of the starboard door into the main cabin. This door is on the side, right at the lower helm. The electrical panels are all right there-the power comes in and the shore power breaker is less than two feet away, then the AC panel is within a foot of the breaker. DC panel is right there also. Very convenient and all the wires are accessible from the back through opening doors (look like cupboard doors) in the forward head.
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Just checking. I imagine there are a few owner installed systems without the switch.
All bets are off when it come to any work done by most owners.
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