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  • Last Activity: 06-22-2021 12:49 PM
  • Join Date: 03-26-2009
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  1. 07-26-2015 10:23 AM
    hello Joe it is me Peter. Thank you for getting back to me with the email. I will be In touch soon and Saturday morning looks like it will work for me to come down and take a look at the boat. thank you
  2. 07-26-2015 05:16 AM
    Contender44 - I might have sent this already as I am not real familiar with the THT. The boat is still for sale and my contact # is 516-672-3747. Thanks Joe
  3. 07-26-2015 05:00 AM
    Contact # Joe at 516-672-3747
  4. 07-26-2015 04:52 AM
    Yes the boat is still for sale and is available to be seen. Feel free to contact me with any questions
  5. 05-05-2014 10:54 AM
    Do you still have the outriggers? If so please send pics to I have money in hand. Thanks Stephen
  6. 09-12-2013 01:27 PM
    No just plug it in and it should work fine.
  7. 09-12-2013 04:26 AM
    Hi, I saw your response to one of the questions about radar asking about a 3010c and GMR 24 HD where you said you had this setup. Did you have to do anything to the 3010c to get it to work flawlessly with the GMR 24HD?

  8. 05-01-2012 07:28 AM
    No, there is not a vavlve in the bilge for the fresh water tank. You just fill it up and it should work. Has to be a problem with the installation if it was working properly before the pump was replaced.
  9. 04-22-2012 06:34 AM
    If deal with toes up falls thrum I 'll take them
  10. 03-27-2012 12:23 PM
    2 of 2 pages...

    The brown with white stripe (or automatic lead) needs to be run to the float switch which then needs to run to the bus to connect with the bottom contact on the panel switch. It's likely that the pump has a built-in float switch, in which case just run the lead to the bus.

    Panel Switch flipped up should turn the bilge pump on, even with the battery switches turned off. With the panel switch flipped down, the pumps should stay off unless there's enough water in the bilge to activate the float switch.

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