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Old 07-15-2010, 03:32 AM   #11
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Jesse, your a genius. Never thought about that. Just paid the admission fee to the site. Thanks
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Old 07-15-2010, 05:38 AM   #12
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Ok, now you've crosed the line. That was too far and way out of line!!!!

That is completely uncalled for to make fun of a man's boat. Especially the size of a man's boat. Afterall, I didn't hear your wife complaining about it. LMFAO!!!!!!!

Whew...thought I was gonna have to do some moderatin on you two........




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Old 07-15-2010, 05:41 AM   #13
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Bella,

Ok you went down the exact path of the tv and the electrical box that I want to do with mine. Love the idea.

Heres my question.....I would like to put a 110 plug in the cockpit but also would like to get one down to the aft cabin so I can put a tv/dvd for the kids. I've done home electrical but the marine stuffs worries me a little, am I safe to just find another 110 connection and join that like I would in a house or am I in danger of messing with the charging/generator set up. How would you recommend making these changes?

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just make sure that you connect the boxes in parallel and also use marine grade romex....seal all entries into the boxes....use silicone sealant....that's about it....


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