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Are my lugs causing this? I'm assuming this isn't normal (and have shut everything down for now!)
I use these, I put the cable connectors from the house batteries and the inverter input on the same stud so the current doesn't actually pass through the bar but straight from cable connector to cable connector. It simply eliminates the number of possible poor connections.

It looks like you could reposition you cables to connect this way. Maybe you could try that and see if the temps change.
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The fuse location is no problem. The cables are short, protected and clamped. It's just there in case of inverter meltdown.
 

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I'd rather not add more hardware into my electrical cabinet though, things are already a bit cramped!
I am not suggesting more hardware. I am suggesting moving the highest current carrying cable ends to the same stud so they have a direct connection. You might have to trim some of your shrink wrap and play with the angles for the best contact.
 
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