|Posted: May 06 2011 at 22:07 | IP Logged
Hello Captain Dave,
I don't have the same setup as you, but I can tell you what I have observed. I hope this is helpful.
I have a Carver 3207, with a single aftermarket AC unit. My relay to turn on the pump is on the AC unit itself. I have a feeling it is common that the relay would be with the AC unit. It would make sense as the control must also turn on the compressor.
Coincidentally, my neighbor also has a 3207, but has original AC, probably similar to your 3607. He has two AC units with separate controls, but the pump is common to both units. When either AC unit comes on, the same water flow runs - out the cente.r and out the aft - where the units are. I always thought this was a little unusual as I thought there would be two separate water pumps - one for each unit, but I guess it makes sense. This means to me that there is a relay on each of the AC units. So, my guess is that the relay is on the AC unit.
I'm interested in how this comes out.
You are correct, electronic ignition is a huge improvement and one of the better investments.
Edited by glpowercruiser on May 06 2011 at 22:13