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GlennWest
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Was reading the Magnum PAE manual and it steates mounting positions. Vertical on a wall and flat on a ceiling. I would like to mount it on a wall but but with the bottom sideways. This would allow both inverters better use of area. Straight to buss bars with cables .Anyone ever mounted one like this? 

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Thank you. Just needed to see it worked like this. Did some further research on line and was stated not to have cooling fins downward in case of fire or internal failure. internals melting would run out the bottom onto floor. Getting very crowded in there with that large battery pak and getting two inverters in there. They will fit just needing to be a little creative. 

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Actually my factory mounted inverter, 2500, was mounted on the bottom of my ceiling in my storage are. upside down. I could mount one like that but would interfer with my getting my head in there. May need to though. My door opening not very large.

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