madjack wrote:No problem John...make the first one a GFI outlet and then run to the second(non GFI) and both will be GFI protected...be sure they are breaker or fuse protected as well.........
madjack wrote:John. an alternative to a breaker box is to use matchbox sized, puchbutton, panel mount breakers...you will have to make a panel to mount them in but that is no biggie..
asianflava wrote:This is my guess, mine is set up very similar.
The breakers go to the 110V outlets, one for the cabin outlets and the other breaker goes to the galley outlets.
Below that is the on/off switch for the charger.
The Red switch below that one is the battery master switch. It disconnects the battery from the system.
The fuses to the Right are for each of the 12V circuits.
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