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cubanwhaler posted 09-13-2007 08:34 PM ET (US)   Profile for cubanwhaler   Send Email to cubanwhaler  
I already have a fuse block for setting up my lights and a bildge pump I had planned to install, but I was given advice to use a terminal block in another thread. Could I use the fuse block I already have? Or should i use the terminal strip? Its going to house the wiring for the FF/GPS, bildge, and the navigation lights. Thanks in advance.
kamie posted 09-13-2007 09:58 PM ET (US)     Profile for kamie  Send Email to kamie     
Personally, I prefer the fuse block. I am assuming we are talking a bluesea fuse block with built in ground strip.
bluewaterpirate posted 09-14-2007 08:30 AM ET (US)     Profile for bluewaterpirate  Send Email to bluewaterpirate     
Use the fuse buss ..... 20289079/file.jpg


jimh posted 09-14-2007 09:12 AM ET (US)     Profile for jimh  Send Email to jimh     
Use a terminal block to join groups of wires together.

Use a fuse block to provide over-current protection in your electrical distribution system. Over-current protection is usually centralized and located near the power source.

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