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Sea Hunt owners Battery & Fuse question.

Old 03-04-2016, 07:32 AM
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So I'm a fairly new owner and I was looking around the boat trying to figure out why the radio is not working and noticed this fuse was in the off position. What's that go to? It had no affect on the radio.

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Also should I do anything with the battery connections?

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Old 03-04-2016, 02:55 PM
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Hard to say without tracing cables but I would think the circuit breaker is either for an electric winch or audio power amplifier.
The radio or 'head unit' may be powered from an accessories switch or ignition accessories switch via an inline fuse.
If there is a blue wire on the rear of the head unit connected, it is most probably the remote turn on signal for the amp.
And yes clean those terminals.

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