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I found plenty of YouTube Pseudo-Experts to learn Leisure Van Electrics from. Then I stumbled on what I think may be the cure and I wanted to share it here.


https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCauBG6eQkpGsEwZx6bHxHpQ


It is Pacific Yacht Systems YouTube channel.


I have started with "Basic Marine Electrical - Part 1- 6" and I am expecting to learn a lot from this channel.
 

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Just sat through the first 6 hours

One of the things that I have learned so far is the existence of this book.




Amazon allows you to read some of it for free.
 

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I will add

The National Fire Protection Association, if you register with them, will allow you to read but not copy or download the National Electrical Code on line for free. Other agencies will too but I don’t know which ones.

The first four chapters of the NEC apply to all. In chapter five part 551 is additional for recreational vehicles.
 
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Ansi/neca 1-2015

If it looks good it probably is good. If it looks bad it probably is bad.


Here is the 2010 standard of how your electrical work should be done. I found this one for free. You may have to pay for the 2015 and maybe there’s a later one, I don’t know, but it has been my experience with code books and standards that most don’t change much from print to print.


http://www.ncwhomeinspections.com/s...od_Workmanship_in_Electrical_Construction.pdf
 
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