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Old 03-02-2009
GPSGary GPSGary is offline
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Default 30 A Disconnect Panel

Right near my main AC breaker panel, I have a sub-panel with 2 breakers and it's labeled "30a Disconnect".

I've looked at all the AC wiring diagrams I have and how this is wired is clear as mud.

I've got 5 cables entering the transfer switch case.
#1 - large black rubber - like 50A shore line
#2 - slightly smaller black rubber cable
#3 - Metal shielded cable
#4 - Romex cable
#5 - Romex cable

I've traced it out and am pretty sure;
#1 - comes from the outside shore line connector
#2 - is going the the main breakers on the Master AC panel
#3 - is the cable from the generator (comes up from the floor)

However without tearing a lot of stuff up, I can't figure out how these Romex (style) cables # 4 and #5 are hooked up.

The "30 Amp Disconnect" panel has two Romex cable going in and out top and bottom and immediately next to this panel is a service box with 3 large relays and there is Romex style cable coming into that box.

I can think a a bunch of possible hook-ups but without tearing the wall apart, I can't be sure what is going on.

Help, please,

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