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Old 09-30-2013, 07:52 AM   #21
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I think a lot depends on what you have for appliances. We have DC refrigeration and cook with propane. We're primarily a DC boat and we aren't camping. Our primary AC loads are the inverter/charger and hot water heater. When we're moving around 1-30 amp cord is pretty easy to manage and we're not tripping breakers. I'm with Marty on adapters. You will need lots of those however your boat is wired and just when you thought you had every combination...
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