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    4788 installation of a vented dryer-gctid704040

    I recently completed an installation of a new vented whirlpool dryer in the bunkroom closet.

    We retained the splendide washer/dryer for the wash function. I am trying to attach photos of the project.

    #2
    Great I know that I for one would like to see pictures.
    PuraVidaTN
    2008 490 Pilothouse
    Proud member of the Vol Navy

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      #3
      I have been singularly unsuccessful in attempting to load the pictures. It appears I have attached the photo files when I send the message, but nothing shows up on the site.

      I will search for a photo attachment training thread. Check back, hopefully I will finally "get it"

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        #4
        third attempt at adding pictures...













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          #5
          One more picture.



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            #6
            I assume that this is a household appliance. Most household AC appliances have the grounding wire (green) and neutral (white) wire connected together. That connection should be separated if the appliance is used on a boat. The ground and neutral should not be connected together on a boat, the exception being when a boat uses an isolation transformer instead of a galvanic isolator. Bayliners typically use a galvanic isolator.
            1999 3788, Cummins 270 "Freedom"
            2013 Boston Whaler 130 SS
            Anacortes, WA

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              #7
              "Norton Rider" post=704245 wrote:
              I assume that this is a household appliance. Most household AC appliances have the grounding wire (green) and neutral (white) wire connected together. That connection should be separated if the appliance is used on a boat. The ground and neutral should not be connected together on a boat, the exception being when a boat uses an isolation transformer instead of a galvanic isolator. Bayliners typically use a galvanic isolator.
              wow. I did not know that. boc rocks!
              Novurania 335DL. 30HP. WKRP in cincinnati. Previously: Bayliner 3818 in PNW.

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                #8
                Here is some additional information on grounding, neutral and ground, etc:

                http://newboatbuilders.com/pages/ele...y14_print.html
                1999 3788, Cummins 270 "Freedom"
                2013 Boston Whaler 130 SS
                Anacortes, WA

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                  #9
                  Many thanks Norton Rider! Great information.

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