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Old 04-30-2018, 07:39 AM   #15
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They are easily turned off, just pull one of the leads off of the back of the breaker. It is only 12V. Just donít short out the hot side.
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They are easily turned off, just pull one of the leads off of the back of the breaker. It is only 12V. Just donít short out the hot side.
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They are easily turned off, just pull one of the leads off of the back of the breaker. It is only 12V. Just donít short out the hot side.
I would not call disconnecting "turning off" and both sides are hot, if they were not it would not pass current just clarifying. Richard
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I would not call disconnecting "turning off" and both sides are hot, if they were not it would not pass current just clarifying. Richard


Well it technically doesnít turn off the breaker but it does break the circuit, which is what the OP wanted to do.
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The link to Cabellas shows the type that I have that can be manually disconnected. Under you may also like, far right. Shows a 70 amp but they come in different amperage. Press the center button and the lever on the bottom pops out. Push the lever back to reset. On mine, these are used to protect the larger loads such as slide and hyd motors.
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