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Question PSC 37 shore power plug-in

after many years of using 220 voltage current for shore power on my 1993-vintage psc 37, i recently need to re-plug into 110v (in japan). but it seems that the power is not coming on after i plugged in.

i bought the boat in 2006 in new zealand (220v) and used it in hong kong as well (220v). the previous owner installed a simple 220v hook-up and had an appropriate charger to charge the batteriesr. i have never used the boat's own 110v shore power system, which i think is still the original (1993) factory setup. my question is:

do i need to turn on some switch somewhere to allow the 110v shore power to enter the electrical system on the psc 37?

many thanks!

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after many years of using 220 voltage current for shore power on my 1993-vintage psc 37, i recently need to re-plug into 110v (in japan). but it seems that the power is not coming on after i plugged in.

i bought the boat in 2006 in new zealand (220v) and used it in hong kong as well (220v). the previous owner installed a simple 220v hook-up and had an appropriate charger to charge the batteriesr. i have never used the boat's own 110v shore power system, which i think is still the original (1993) factory setup. my question is:

do i need to turn on some switch somewhere to allow the 110v shore power to enter the electrical system on the psc 37?

many thanks!

joseph
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Joseph:

If I recall correctly, the main AC breaker is installed on the aft end of the qtr berth.
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