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Old 08-01-2003, 08:58 PM   #15
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120V cable in bumper

John,
A/S now uses marine shore power connectors on the whole fleet but at least in '02, the Bambi was hardwire and the cable is stored in compartment in the rear bumper. At least this is does not involve it going into any interior area on the Bambi, but I totally agree that the removable marine type connection is far superior. With all the other things that I have done to the Bambi, this has not been a priority, but I want to get it done. Looks like A.E. and I have been thinking the same thing all along on this matter.
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Old 08-01-2003, 09:06 PM   #16
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Surge Protector installation

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There is MORE than adequate room to install an surge protector in the area below the wardrobe (beside the 120V breaker panel). This would leave what little wardrobe we have on the Bambi units intact. Like you, my plan was to install a permanent surge protector/auto transformer when I do the marine shore power upgrade. I did some quick measurements awhile back and I think there is room for the 30amp Hughs Autotransformer/surge protector in that area. When I bring the Babmi home for the trip next week, I will take those measurements again and post the info.
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