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    Posted: 10 June 2017 at 00:41
Hi, can anyone help please. Our 240v plugs have suddenly stopped working on our 385. We connected to shore power, all was working and then suddenly they 'tripped'. We can' find the fuse for them.... The power is coming in and the battery charger is still charging. Cry
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Do you have the inverter/charger fitted? If so it may be the RCD circuit breaker in the starboard cockpit locker, mounted on the aft wall inside the locker. 

Just looking at the circuit diagram for my 415 (which is very similar to the 385) the RCD appears to be fitted after the connection to the inverter/charger.


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It's the back end of the port locker on a 385. Open the locker lid from the cockpit, and stick your head in to see the circuit breaker above the isolating transformer. The cover opens with the hinge closest to you, so reach to the other side of the enclosure and pull the cover forwards towards the front of the boat, it should open. Then just feel for the breaker, it should be in the up position.
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Originally posted by Mark&Catherine Mark&Catherine wrote:

It's the back end of the port locker on a 385.  

Ah yes - you are right (or rather left), of course - it's the port locker on the 415 as well. Apologies for any confusion.

Is the RCD the answer to the problem though?
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