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    Default Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    Hi,
    This is my first post so hopefully Iíve done it correct, if not I apologise now.

    Iím hoping somebody will be able to answer this mystery, can anybody help identify whatís missing in this electrical box presuming its something where all the connectors seen in the photo's plug in to.

    The photo is from a Squadron 62, Year 1999.

    Iíve asked Fairline but no reply.






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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    Quote Originally Posted by P.Duck View Post
    Hi,
    This is my first post so hopefully I’ve done it correct, if not I apologise now.

    I’m hoping somebody will be able to answer this mystery, can anybody help identify what’s missing in this electrical box presuming its something where all the connectors seen in the photo's plug in to.

    The photo is from a Squadron 62, Year 1999.

    I’ve asked Fairline but no reply.


    Worry first about that bodged twin 240v socket. Whatever on earth that abomination is it needs sorting. If ifs got 240v on it it even more so.

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    Email barryv@axoncomponents.com he'll know!

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    The 240v socket thing looks lethal. I assume if you unplug it then the one on the right has 240v running to it. Remove it asap!

    Deleted rest - seen other pic.

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    guys, doubt it's 240V, most likely 24V judging from where it joins and meets the rest of the panel and the unprotected bus bar at the bottom...

    to the OP, sorry no idea, judging from the writings on the plugs, must be some sort of controller/BMS type of thing missing there.
    Does everything work in the boat?

    ah, and welcome to ybw forum!

    V.

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    Quote Originally Posted by vas View Post
    to the OP, sorry no idea
    +1, but I also can't get my head round that socket thing.
    I mean, there are two conductors connecting the socket to the panel - awfully made, but at least that makes some sense.

    What doesn't make any is that there's only one conductor attached to each plug.
    And then they are then taped together, going back to the panel.

    I can't remember to have ever seen a more meaningless electrical connection...
    My notorious LBOK was a futuristic component in comparison!

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    Many thanks ďpetemĒ great help, keep up the good work +A*

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    Thanks ďvasĒ appreciate your time

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    Thanks for taking the time to reply, however if you could have helped answer the question that would be more useful than going off piste!

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    Default Re: Fairline Squadron - Help to identify Missing Part

    definitely a shit job,is there writing on the plug and what does it say

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