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Wow! I feel for those folks.
Are you sure you got the polarity correct? (sorry, had to ask)
Might be some info here:...
Sounds like it...
Yes there is... duh!
Same control the adjusts the temperature will also turn it off.
Yes, like Dennis mentioned, the Sea Ray site shows schematics in the owners manual for two different 97' bow riders (I just happened to already be...
How about power coming to the float switch? It should be on a 5A breaker at your battery switch panel.
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Maybe eBay, I don't know.
Not sure how specific the 80's 340's are but sounds like a local custom shop is the only choice.
Up for the winter
The most popular "Official" thread here with over 1.6 million views:...
Thanks for the tip... I'll have to check that out.
Not sure, but you may find some info here:
Cap'n, me and the OP have the same boat... we have a fridge in the cabin and a fridge in the cockpit. The one in the cabin is on a breaker (in the...
According to my schematics, it's on a 15A breaker at the battery switch panel. As I recall, those breakers cannot be used as a switch.
Very sad... can't imagine finding out my 31 foot boat was missing.
As far as missing the forecast... sure it zig-zagged on the 14th and 15th at...
I resemble that remark... and proud of it!
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I'm with ya... I don't watch any of that crap anymore!
I hope all pro sport viewer ratings continue to fall... even NASCAR!
This one was recommended to me by a member here, haven't tried it yet:...
He's talking about your AC voltage panel.
I'd recommend just getting some 12 volt fans. As Creekwood said it can get pricey for a permanent system.
If your boat didn't come with the manuals, got to the Sea Ray website and download it... that's a good place to start.
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