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Re: simple question: shorepower

I bought the boat from a seasoned sailor and all-around gentleman, so I am confident everything works and is in proper order; I just wanted to make sure of the order of things: i.e. make sure everything is off and then plug n' play

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Re: simple question: shorepower

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I bought the boat from a seasoned sailor and all-around gentleman, so I am confident everything works and is in proper order; I just wanted to make sure of the order of things: i.e. make sure everything is off and then plug n' play
Your seasoned sailor probably didn't live to be a seasoned sailor by blindly trusting his life to someone else and not double checking that something as important as the electrical system is up to par. However much of a gentlemen he is.

A gentleman would not be offended if you do your due diligence and ensure for yourself (and your insurance company and the other boats in your marina) that he didn't miss anything important.
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Re: simple question: shorepower

Exactly. That's why I thought I would double check here. But what more could I do other than a visual inspection?
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