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Old 01-17-2017, 08:29 AM   #1
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Upgrading Central Control Panel in 1976 Trade Wind

I am considering upgrading the control panel in our 1976 Trade Wind that is otherwise fully upgraded. All of the wiring is new I prefer a more modern and functional instruments for battery and shore power monitoring.

I am interested in what anyone else may have done. Here is a picture of what I have.

BTW, the blk water tank is blocked out as we have a composting toilet and no BW tank.

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