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When to hire a pro...

Thanks for all the great replies. The inverter seems to not be getting juice. I flip the on/off switch at both control panel and on inverter and I get zilch. Two thick wires coming out of the back (red and black) but I'll actually have to remove the inverter to get behind it, it's mounted too closely to the side of the boat. It's mounted under nav station. All things I need to look at when I get back to her. I need to move closer. :-). I have Don Casey's Illustrated Sailboat repair, and Nigel Calder's essential systems. Not knowing what I'm doing and fear of fires is exactly my fear!

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