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Our generator died. Ryan started…

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Warning, following these instructions may cause injury or damage or cause a black hole to suck everything we know into oblivion. Ingredients list:1. Wireless winch remote controller.2. A package of crimp connectors. Tools list:1. Large Slotted screwdriver2. Tiny slotted screwdriver3. Wire Stripper4. Wire Crimper5. Adjustable wrench or socket set. Steps:1. Turn off the Windlass breaker located under the owners bed near the battery disconnect. 2. Open the windlass solenoid enclosure just forward of the generator inside the generator locker. 3. Cut off the ring terminals on the black, yellow and white wires of the new wireless remote. 4. Crimp a 5/16” ring terminal onto the black wire of the new wireless remote. 5. Crimp a 5/16” ring terminal onto the red wire of the new wireless remote. 6. Loosen and remove the nut on negative terminal in the windlass control box. 7. Install the black wire from the new wireless…

Winter is getting ready to wind to a close and I have been thinking about moving north this summer. I don’t really want to spend another hurricane season in our current location. Summers in North Carolina are hot and muggy with the occasional lightning storm, hurricane, tornado, or my favorite, the hurricane with tornadoes and lightning.