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Old 16-04-2014, 14:10   #16
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Re: Help the AC220 Volts does not Work.

The problem has been solved.

The culprit was corrosion on the CEE (male) and NEMA (shemale) connectors on the landshore cable.

Cable and connectors are produced by Marinco and configured for 220V/50Hz.

Replaced both connectors

Thank you very much to all for tips and advice


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Old 16-04-2014, 15:33   #17
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Re: Help the AC220 Volts does not Work.

Bye the way, those connectors are probably the single biggest cause of fires on boats. Once they corrode there is not much you can do except replace them, as you have done. Check the plug daily to make sure it is not overheating.

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