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Old 07-08-2005, 03:06 PM   #1
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Unhappy Circuit breakers,94 33ft Motor Yacht

Help. I cannot find the 120 V circuit breakers in my 1994 33ft Motoryacht. Specifically, I need the location of the breakers for the overhead AC units. The electrical diagrams show them in the system but I cannot find them. The unit itself is getting 12 volts to the controls but no 120V AC.

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Old 07-08-2005, 05:18 PM   #2
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In most cases the main breaker needs to be within an arm length of the shore power plug. That's according to the Nat'l Elec Code. There are exceptions.
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In most cases the main breaker needs to be within an arm length of the shore power plug. That's according to the Nat'l Elec Code. There are exceptions.
Thanks Don. That means in the rear storage compartment or more likely somewhere in the back corner next to the bed in the MBR. I'll check. I'll let you know.
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Don, I found the circuit breaker box. It is in the left rear corner, behind a nice finished wood door that looked like decoration, about three feet off the floor and below the overhead corner cabinets. Thanks again. Ray Schell
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Found it. Thanks to Mark. The circuit breaker box is on the left rear wall, corner, just above the base cabinet and below the overhanging cabinets, behind a decorative wood panel.
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