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I just bought a 3000 watt eliminator inverter from canadian tire it is a motor master and am not sure of the instructions on how to wire it as it has two seraperate sets of negitive and positive poles do I run two negitive and positive wires to the battery or place a juntion block between

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  • wade holland Aug 01, 2013

    What I am looking for is the correct way to hook up my moto master eliminator 3000 inverter so I can use it to run some of my 120 volt appliances in my RV. when we are not connected to power the inverter as two positive and negative hook up ports and by the instructions I have show both connected so do I connect

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    both positive and negative ports to the battery or just one set

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