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Old 09-09-2013
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Re: When to hire a pro...

Might as well do the basic checks first... like is there 12V power reaching the inverter?

Does the inverter have a breaker? Check that 12V is entering it, and leaving it when it's on!

The best book for an intro to marine electrics that I know of is this one, and it covers other aspects of inspection and maintenance too :

Amazon.com: Don Casey's Complete Illustrated Sailboat Maintenance Manual: Including Inspecting the Aging Sailboat, Sailboat Hull and Deck Repair, Sailboat Refinishing, Sailbo (9780071462846): Don Casey: Books Amazon.com: Don Casey's Complete Illustrated Sailboat Maintenance Manual: Including Inspecting the Aging Sailboat, Sailboat Hull and Deck Repair, Sailboat Refinishing, Sailbo (9780071462846): Don Casey: Books



This books is kind of the key chapters from all his books rolled into one. If you JUST want electrics, there's this :

Amazon.com: Sailboat Electrics Simplified (0639785800361): Don Casey: Books Amazon.com: Sailboat Electrics Simplified (0639785800361): Don Casey: Books


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Last edited by MarkSF; 09-09-2013 at 07:25 PM.
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