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matthewriches

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Just more for effect than anything. This is from my "gin palace" a while ago.

Isolation transformer onboard and everything all ok electrically on both DC and AC side.

Parts swapped as required and then shaft anodes fitted. Was due out in early April before some commercial work booked but due to Covid, didn't worry. Needs to be checked very soon, more as a matter of interest than anything.


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pyrojames

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Anodes were fitted to the rudder on CdG, they did nothing but attack the teak. Removed and no more problems. Only anodes now are on the prop and shaft which are isolated from everything else. Nothing else is bonded. I dont want the whole boat being a battery.
 
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