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Old 06-28-2012, 08:23 PM   #1
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1995 30' Cutter Bus LE
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110 Volt Automatic Switch-Over Relays

I am trying to understand the wiring diagram for our 1995 Land Yacht LE Cutter.

Any help would be appreciated!

The diagram from the owners manual shows two automatic switch-over relays.

It says the Generator Circuit G-1, from the generator 30A breaker, is run to the breaker box through automatic switch-over relay V. And Generator Circuit G-2, from the generator 20A breaker, is run to the automatic switch-over relay D which will override shoreline and operate rear A/C B.

I have only found one relay. I think the one I found is probably D. The reason I think it is D is because I may not have a relay on the Generator Circuit G-1. To power the coach from the generator, the shore power cable has to be plugged into the 30 AMP receptacle in the locker (see photo).

There is more to this story but I would like to solve this mystery first.
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