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phess
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Posted: December 02 2009 at 21:44 | IP Logged Quote phess

I just purchased a 2001 Cabrio 330.  Neither CO detector is getting 12 VDC power.  Does anyone know what breaker they are fed from?  The detector in the cabin has orange and black feed wires.

Thanks

Penn

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CTRiverBoater
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Posted: January 29 2010 at 08:24 | IP Logged Quote CTRiverBoater

Not sure about your problem but I have a question for you.  I just purchased a 2000 Cabrio 330, How do you access the fuel tanks?

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phess
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Posted: January 29 2010 at 20:43 | IP Logged Quote phess

With a great deal of sweat and dexterity.  When I had the survey done, I wanted the surveyor to make sure the forward bulkhead for the port tank compartment was completely sealed.  (There is a recall on the bulkheads not beig sealed.)  The Surveyor looked around and said the aft end appeared to be sealed OK, and "assumed" the forward bulkhead was also OK.

I have a borescope camera that I am going to snake through one of the cable runs this winter to check the whole compartment.  The starboard tank is blocked by the water heater and holding tank.

What kind of work are you doing?

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Not doing any work yet but just wanted to know.  The boat was a repo so it was an informational survey and the surveyor could get at them.  I didn't want that to hold up the deal because I basically stole this boat.

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phess
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Posted: February 28 2010 at 16:06 | IP Logged Quote phess

I was at the boat today. 

My boat has a panel with a small storage compartment under the port cockpit seat between the companionway and cockpit refrigerator.  If you pull the stoarge compartment out, you can get to the top of the port gas tank and the wiring that runs through there. 

Found my galvanic isolator in there.

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