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Old 03-07-2016, 08:34 PM   #1
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Question protecting the electronics in my new 8299BS

I just bought a 2016 8299BS 5er and am thinking about hard wiring a progressive industries HW50C or something similar to protect the on board electronics. i was wondering if any one has done it ,if so any comments. i need to figure out where to install it in the shore power cable between the PDP and the inlet plug. i understand that i will need a bypass switch also. any help would be a help lol.

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There have been a couple posts on this. If you do a Search above you might find the info you're after.

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A quick search for HW50C reveals several install discussions

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