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  1. #11

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    Circled in picture. Pretty sure the ones you suggested will work.
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  2. #12

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    I had to end up ordering one. Due to COVID, the electrical supply stores in the area said the distributers are all out of stock.

  3. #13

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    For reference, I think the correct toggle switch is:

    EATON #7811K5
    Switch, Toggle; Bat-Handle; 30A/125V AC; DPDT; On-Off-On
    SKU # 78211657094
    Manufacturer Series: 7800 Series

    The toggle handle on these is longer than a "standard" traditional light switch based on the ones on my boat.
    Warren
    1972 Chris-Craft 47 Commander
    1994 Sea Ray Laguna 16SC
    (wannabe Hatteras owner)

  4. #14

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    Thanks 👍

  5. #15

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    There are autimatic source switches availeable for off-grid purposes and they are rather affordable. Why not have an automatic switching unit and only control lights in the panel?

  6. #16

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    My a/c's are on a different panel with a different type transfer switch. It looks like the a/c panel was added later, it is in the closet by the rear berth door.I don't need an automatic transfer switch, if power goes out, the gen does not automatically start up.

  7. #17

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    They ship fast.$141
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  8. #18

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    New one fit perfect. After pulling the old one, I found out it was a wire burned under the insulation, but changed out anyway. Saved the old one just in case.The issue couldn't be found without pulling the old switch.

  9. #19

    Re: Gen/Shorepower Transfer Switch

    Quote Originally Posted by Tricia II View Post
    My a/c's are on a different panel with a different type transfer switch. It looks like the a/c panel was added later, it is in the closet by the rear berth door.I don't need an automatic transfer switch, if power goes out, the gen does not automatically start up.
    The panel for the Air Cond in the closet was Hatteras factory. Mine has it.
    Eric
    41TC 1966 Hull #53 "Requisite"
    Kent Island, MD/Ft. Lauderdale, FL

    "Though she creaks - She holds"

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