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Things to Know About your Boat's Power

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It can be exciting to get that boat out of storage, de-winterized and out in the water, but make sure you are taking the proper precautions before you are caught without power or having a costly problem with your power system.  Read the following information to learn more about your boats power system and your power supplies.  Make sure your boat’s connection switch is off before plugging your power cable in or taking the cable out of your boats inlet.  Connect your AC WORKS™ brand adapter to your boat before you connect to the shore power pedestal.  Disconnect your shore...

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How to Prep your Boat for the Season

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Charge, install and test all batteries.  Inspecting the operation of the electrical systems and all electronics on the boat.  Test the cabin switches.  Remove anti-freeze from any water systems on your boat.  Flush, the anti-freeze from the water tank and then connect the pump so you can flush the lines.   Once you have pressurized the water system you can run the water until clean water flows from each faucet. Now you can check your engine and make sure it has the appropriate oil levels, there are no leaks and the fluid levels of the coolant and power steering fluid and...

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Frequently Asked Questions - 2

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1. Where can I find a product 360-degree product overview Recently, ACConnectors has started creating 360-degree product videos.  These videos allow you to see our product from any angle and give a more in depth look at the products themselves.  The videos show how durable and well made the products are as well as technical information.  You can view our product videos in multiple locations.  The AC WORKS™ brand products with videos will be located on our website www.ACWORKS.com and linked directly into the product descriptions.  You can view and share videos right there.  We post all the product overview...

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RV Electricity Tips

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Before you head out for a season full of good times and making memories, make sure you understand your RV and the electrical system.  You don’t want to find yourself camping and damaging any of the appliances you planned on using during your trip. The most common RV Electrical system is a 30 Amp system.  The plug on your RV will be a 3-prong, 30 Amp, 125 Volt male plug.  Most commonly, a campground will supply 30 Amp power.  With the 30 Amp RV, you will be able to run an air conditioning unit and some of your appliances at...

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Generator and RV Safety

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The month of April is RV month.  We have helped you decide how to choose your generator to power your RV and helped to prepare your RV for the season.  As you know, using a generator combined with an RV has some risks.  The same as anything you may do you should know the risks and how to keep safe during use.  One of the biggest safety concerns when using your RV and/or your generator is Carbon Monoxide poisoning.  If you don't already know what Carbon Monoxide CO is, you should learn before using your RV or generator.  This gas,...

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