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replacing clock on P31-2 electrical panel
« on: July 17, 2021, 10:12:08 PM »
I know it's a simple solution by just disconnecting it and sticking another clock of sorts over it, but I'm wondering if anyone has found a nice clock to wire in that can replace the old existing TIMEWATCH that's connected to the system with something more digital LED that use's less than the 0.05amps the existing one uses. It was actually this clock that drained my AGMs this spring after the batteries were charged by my marina, but left connected with the battery switch in the OFF position thinking that was suffice, but the clock is always connected, at least mine is. The most I've managed is to connect it to the RADIO breaker and it blinks all night, but still at 0.03amps. Thanks in advance for any advice or suggestions.