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Thanks John Pierre, does anyone have the part number of the switch they used? I know Alan was going to try to locate it for me.
Thanks again everyone!
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On Nov 3, 2020, at 2:28 PM, Germain Jean-Pierre <jp.germain45@...> wrote:
I extended the wires into the forward face of the cockpit locker and installed my manual selector above the Oban controls.
Tidier and less faffing to get shore power connected. :-)
Jean-Pierre Germain,Eleuthera, SM007, NZ
On 4/11/2020, at 5:21 AM, Alan Grayson <bazgrayson@...> wrote:
Hi Mark that is the auto switch over for shore power and Generator. It is a common fault after this long. I removed mine and put in a manual switch Which means I have to go into the engine room and manually switch over from generator
to shore power on the rare occasions I go into a marina. I’ll hunt down the part number of the manual switch and post when I find it?
And here is the new installation
SM 406 Ora Pai
From: main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io <main@AmelYachtOwners.groups.io> on behalf of Mark Garver via groups.io <mgarver@...>
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Subject: [AmelYachtOwners] Shore Power Breaker Trip - Problem apparently on the boat
Two nights ago our shore power breaker tripped, so I shut all power circuits down on the boat and tried to reset it and got a spark and smoke at the shore power pedestal. Tried another
pedestal so began to investigate on the boat. Found a problem, but since I don’t have a complete wiring diagram I’m kind of guessing as I go along. Does anyone know what this is or function of this? It appears to be where shore power comes in and out. There
are a lot of burnt wires behind it.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Gloucester Point, VA