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post #10 of Old 01-22-2013
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Re: Getting ready to add shore power

My feeling is that you should put the refridgerator and battery charger on seperate circuits if only because you may want to have the fridge off at the dock when you are not using the boat. I find it best to turn off the circuite at the breaker rather than the fridge's thermostat.

Just gives more options.


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