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post #7 of Old 02-04-2011
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You really should have that run through a circuit breaker or a switch on your panel to make your life a lot easier. You should definitely have a fuse or circuit breaker somewhere in the line for it too, or you risk a fire.
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Originally Posted by RNC725 View Post
it's hard wired to the battery
still, its interesting to me that you can't mount it somewhere
it's easy enough to "unplug" from the battery

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