Shorepower, transfer switch & genny

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Re: Shorepower, transfer switch & genny

Postby shade2u2 » Mon Mar 23, 2020 9:06 am

barefoot99 wrote:John, glad you found part of the issue.Those gremlins are the worst . Took me 2 months to figure one out and wound up rewiring the entire panel as you mentioned. I had to add a separate selection switch for each feed and checked each common and ground wire with an elec meter when I put it back together.
I ditched the auto transfer switch all together. Safe Harbors, Scott

I may ditch the automatic switch and go to a 2nd Blue Seas switch unless I surprise myself or get a little better information from the switch manufacturer. It is pretty new and I think it is a good unit. I probably comes down to the grounding.
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