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Found 4 results

  1. Sea Suite

    Dead Batteries

    Am a new owner of 2004 Sig 290. My shore power came/was unplugged. No power onboard as all batteries had drained. I was told to reconnect the shore power and the battery chargers would kick in. After 3 days- no power. I couldn’t locate a breaker that had tripped. Am I missing something or do I need to get a mechanic involved. Thank you.
  2. DANCATAL

    DOCK/SHORE POWER

    I have a 2012 287 SSX and I am interested in installing shore power. I have the outlet at my lift, just not familiar with how to outfit boat with converter nor where to locate it on the boat?
  3. Davy41

    Davy41

    I am new to a boat with shore power. I have a 1993 Signature 24 and looking for any material on the proper use (and switch positions) of the electrical panel. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
  4. castle285ssx

    285SSX Question

    Curious question about my 285SSX. Dealer has been great, did a real short familiarization, doing the full thing next year. In the meantime though I was wondering what I can/can’t run off of battery power. The radio works for sure, but would the TV, microwave, refrigerator, and AC run or does those require shore power?
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