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Mast Electrical Connections
I searched the forum for any previous thread on this so I apologize if I am repeating a question. However...
I have a Redwing 30 that I have been doing minor repair work to the electrical. One of my "projects" was to run power to the mast (nav lights, spreader bar lights to the deck and a anchor light). I had two thur fitting on the deck to power the nav lights and anchor lights, but the wire for deck lights on the spreader bar was cut and coiled up. They are all on seperate circuits which I'd like to keep to allow me to manage my power consumption. I had to remove the 2 prong thur deck fittings (so now I have 2 holes in my cabin roof).
I was wondering if there was an alternative to adding a third thur deck connector and simply run the wires out of one hole and use connector above deck. This would allow me to plug a hole and to avoid the cost of 3 thur deck connectors.