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Picture 10 of 12 from Album Replacing my IOTA ILC-3045 with Magnum Energy MSH-3012M Hybrid
First I've got to give credit to WIBADGER.  He posted a very nice and easy, step by step picture procedure on how to remove the IOTA cover, picture frame and entire load center from the wall.  Second, I took one look at the wiring and the bends  and I thought, I guess I'm lazy, cause I'm going to leave the main input's alone and just cut the romex before it enters the load center and twist tie there for the Magnum Energy to IOTA input.  UPDATE:  Initially was told I could simply turn off the breaker labeled "Utility & Converter".  This is wrong.  This specific circuit breaker is what carries 120v load to all of your outlets in the TT.  The fix however is VERY SIMPLE.  See the factory twist tie in Yellow.  This is where Jayco connects the IOTA converter to the load center as well as all of your outlets.  If you un-twist this connection and remove the stranded wire (black) and then twist tie back together the two solid wires (grey) that is all you do.  Now that circuit must remain on in order to provide power to all of your outlets.
First I've got to give credit to WIBADGER. He posted a very nice and easy, step by step picture procedure on how to remove the IOTA cover, picture frame and entire load center from the wall. Second, I took one look at the wiring and the bends and I thought, I guess I'm lazy, cause I'm going to leave the main input's alone and just cut the romex before it enters the load center and twist tie there for the Magnum Energy to IOTA input. UPDATE: Initially was told I could simply turn off the breaker labeled "Utility & Converter". This is wrong. This specific circuit breaker is what carries 120v load to all of your outlets in the TT. The fix however is VERY SIMPLE. See the factory twist tie in Yellow. This is where Jayco connects the IOTA converter to the load center as well as all of your outlets. If you un-twist this connection and remove the stranded wire (black) and then twist tie back together the two solid wires (grey) that is all you do. Now that circuit must remain on in order to provide power to all of your outlets.
Picture Added 07-20-2014 11:11 PM
Added by Big Sky

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