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Old 04-22-2017, 03:00 PM   #21
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After examining the feed going from the battery switch to inside the CC I think that line is good, it's a heavier gauge than I remember. I think with a new circuit breaker and bringing the line into a breakout box in the CC should solve a lot of my problems. From the pictures you can see how my boat was wired with the main feed coming from the battery switch going to the row of switches. I will post up after pictures when I get done. It may be a few weeks though now that I have found birds nesting under the cover to my ladder. I will check on them later this week to see how they are doing. In the meantime I'll order the breakout box and circuit breaker so they are here for when I'm ready to do the re-wire.
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