Catastrophic Fuse Installation RV Battery Bank Doh! *Mistake in wiring* See description

Catastrophic Fuse Installation RV Battery Bank Doh! *Mistake in wiring* See description

**NOTE: There is a wiring mistake in the video. The top lug of the fuse block should only have the output cable. The way I wired it only protects 2 of the 4 batteries. I knew better but I had a brain cramp and wired the positive from the other battery wrong it belongs on the bottom of the fuse.** See blog post for proper photo. Sorry, Ray

Updated wiring photo –

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In this video I install a new catastrophic fuse on my 464 amp hour 4 golf cart RV battery bank. I explain why I wanted this new one versus the old one and why I chose 200 amps.

I chose to use a MRBF terminal fuse from Blue Sea Systems so the fail-safe protection could be as close to the battery terminal as possible.

See blog post and video detailing my boondocking power system –

Products Mentioned (Disclaimer: Amazon Affiliate Links)
Older fuse block –
New Blue Sea Fuse Block –
Blue Sea 200 amp fuse –
Ox-Gard Compound –

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