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Old 07-07-2016, 09:56 PM
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Gnrphil
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Originally Posted by Cfishh View Post
You are correct in how the circuits are daisy chained however I tried disconnecting the first circuit to see what would happen and it did actually cut power to all circuits past it. As far as the switches go, each has two wires, one being the red hot from its circuit breaker and one leaving the switch and going to the component...lights, bilge etc... No signs whatsoever of a ground at any of the switches.
OK so you don't have a light on the switches to show they are on, if you did you'd have a ground at the switch. Odd that you could loose power in the chain like that.
There's plenty of guys who know a whole lot more than me on this stuff, just trying to help mate.