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Richard10002

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  4. You are, of course, correct https://adverc.co.uk/collections/adverc-battery-systems/products/adverc-dcm Like others, I didn't know that Adverc sell a monitor, so assumed he was referring to a controller. I also wonder if he is getting his info from an inverter display, or a solar controller, or something else that isnt an actual battery monitor. The OP is sparse with info, which makes it difficult to help him.
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  9. From your previous post on batteries, earlier this month, it looks like you dont have a battery monitor, you were expecting solar to keep up with your use, and you suggested that you were running your engine for a couple of hours each day, to keep them full. Whilst there is probably something wrong with the reading of 0.1A, it is entirely possible that your batteries are as flat as a pancake, and as dead as a dodo. It will still be interesting to know what is providing you with the voltage and Current flow information? For reference, at some stage, you will need to spend about a hundred quid on a NASA BM1 or BM2, or almost £200 on a Victron BM712, or similar. With a proper monitor and a bit more knowledge, you will keep running into power supply issues.
  10. As a matter of interest, what is the problem you are trying to solve? Have you got a boat that you are refurbishing, or have your existing floors rotted away due to damp. Whichever it is, once you have lifted the existing floor, if you do whatever is necessary to stop things getting wet and damp again, plywood will be fine. I have the original plywood, a layer of Cloud 9 underlay, then carpet. Very thermally insulated
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    Washer dryer

    Having a washer dryer will mean that you don't have to worry about them running at the same time Your space will have been saved, and your problem solved. I have not heard any stories about washer dryers not being suitable for boats - where have you seen these stories. If a washer and a separate dryer are suitable, it's hard to think of a reason why a combined unit doing the same things should not be suitable.
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