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Old 09-29-2009, 07:17 PM   #1
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Snap Disc In A Different Location

SacsTC happened to find another snap disc today....




You will find this snap disc in your inverter bay -but it does just the opposite of the wet bay snap disc. It will turn on when the inverter bay reaches a warmer temperature. You can find the snap disc just behind the left corner of the inverter.


The other side of the snap disc is connected to a fan which is on the back wall of the inverter bay.


You can see how it all looks in the photo below.




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Mama,
What is that grey circuit breaker box on the front wall of the bay, above the inverter?

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What is that grey circuit breaker box on the front wall of the bay, above the inverter?

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I believe most folks would call that a sub-panel, Luke.



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Apparently, we do not have identical coaches, since I don't have that sub panel on mine. I put my solar controller in that spot.
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heh - Great answer MM!

Luke - it looks to be an added on box, as there appears to be this plywood behind it. You may be able to find out what it is in their modification pictures. My wall there is empty as well.

BTW - that bay looks a bit too clean!


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I believe most folks would call that a sub-panel, Luke.
Sub panel for what??
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Sub panel for what??
It's a subpanel for two 20 amp breakers, Dave!


Oh and Kev...that is a piece of Oak- not plywood!



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And continuing this page turner, MonacoMama mystery, what is the purpose of those two added 20 amp breakers MM?
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And continuing this page turner, MonacoMama mystery, what is the purpose of those two added 20 amp breakers MM?
They replace the old 20 amp breakers we used to have that controlled the plugs and microwave...



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Color of Inverter

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I know many of you have been to the "Magnum Inverter" seminars that have been put on at the rallies or at the old Diamond Hill Service Center.

I remember a few things that were discussed in those seminars. Evidently the "color" of things must be a 'female thing' after all...



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Yawn. The mystery gets boring after a while

I guess I am not as smart as the intended audience of the blog post. Should I know that because the inverter is pure sine wave that it requires a sub panel with two breakers? Was that incidental to the replacement? Are there no turkey-timer circuit breakers on the new inverter so it requires a sub panel? Maybe it really doesn't matter anymore????


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