Originally Posted by Hoghead
Installed a new trojan house bank and had rapid discharge which sent me on a hunt only to find current on the neg lead. Big current equal tool that on the positive
Replaced house bank with start
Isolated start and bow banks
Looked for obvious shorts but this is big current - 6A for frdge 24 with a pump
55 on charge....
Nothing on starter alternator
On 2nd electrician now and grasping at straws. Need to leave Fiji
and would appreciate idess
Not nearly enough information to explain your problem and allow a helpful answer.
it would help if you'd write clearly in English
and edit your own post to be sure you're communicating well.
current on the negative cable is/should be equal to that on the positive cable. Did you know that DC current flows from negative to
Terms like "rapid discharge" and "big current" are meaningless, unless used in context and explained.
Not trying to be snippy, but we really can't help you unless we fully understand your situation.
Please take the time to explain, in detail, the problem and how it came about. Also, any measurements of voltage and current flow could be helpful.