Shoreline & Dedicated Ports


How and when to use the Shoreline and Dedicated Ports on your Hanvey Grooming Van.

  • Shoreline Port:
    • The Shoreline Port is where you'll plug the van in to charge overnight.
    • It also serves as a backup source of power if your electrical system has a malfunction.
    • You can plug into this port using the provided extension cord or another extension cord with a rating of 15 amps.
    • You'll plug the other end of the cord into any three prong outlet on a 15 amp circuit.
    • When the Shoreline is plugged into a power source, the red lit switch on the Shoreline Breaker Box (located inside the back of the van to your right) will come on and anything plugged into it will get power.
    • This will cause the Inverter to charge your batteries
    • If you have one, it will also activate your Inline Tank Warmer.
  • Important Note:
    • Always make sure your fresh water tank is at least half full before plugging in your Shoreline Port to avoid damaging the Inline Tank Warmer.
    • Damage to the Inline Tank Warmer caused by improper use is not covered under any warranty.
  • Dedicated Port:
    • The Dedicated Port on your van allows you to provide power to the black dedicated outlet under your switch panel in the salon.
    • You can use this for night heaters, additional dryers, or anything else with a high amp draw.
  • If you require further assistance, feel free to contact a representative at support@gohanvey.com or by calling 864-269-2912.
  • Thank you so much for being the most important member of the Hanvey Family!
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