I do have some shrink wraps onboard and seems that I need to do something else than just tapes around... Today the circuit breaker went off again while using the watermaker so seems that the problem is still there. However, all the wires and tapes are still perfectly there not melted together as they were before when the breaker went off.
That tape further down you were wondering (around the red wire) is not a join, its just another taping by me since the wire had a little "cut" in it and you could see the copper from inside. In this new photo
(hope it comes through, my connection sucks...), you can also see few other things that are bothering me and I am wondering if I should start to fix all the wires (without an electrican) or start heading towards the next big town about 150 NM away completely out of my planned route
I could open all the wires one by one and just put them into shrink wrap..? I do not have any new wires onboard.
Yellow arrow: Blue and black wires are not very well connected under the circuit breaker, they are just a little bit in there, not completely
Green arrow: This black wire was cut as well and you could see the copper. I put some tape into it.
Red arrow: This white wire that has a red join was very loose, I touched it and it came out, I just pushed it back in as deep as I could, I should probably open it up and re-do it?
Thanks guys for helping out & giving valuable advice...