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Posted: July 09 2006 at 17:47 | IP Logged Quote Ruckman

I need to troubleshoot a problem in the AC power panel of my 2003 Rinker 342, but I can't figure out how to take apart the galley cabinets to access the rear of the switch panel.

If somebody could post some hints, I'd be grateful -- and I bet other 342 owners need a solution to this puzzle.

My wife and I joke that Rinker builds the 342 by assembling the power panel, microwave and coffee maker, and then building the rest of the boat around it!  I'm a pretty smart guy, and an experienced boat owner, but I cannot figure out how to reach the back of that panel.  Last year, my dealership replaced a defective coffee maker.  I didn't get to watch them take apart the cabinets, but I bet they had to tear the whole galley apart.

(By the way, kudos to BoatUS for this forum.)

Edited by Ruckman on July 09 2006 at 18:01

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Posted: July 23 2006 at 18:19 | IP Logged Quote dhass6469

Can't help you!  I tried to fix a broken TV mount on my 2004 290 and eventully decided....hey, this is warranty work!


Same issue though.....how do they get all that stuff in there without the access to the screws holding it all together!

Best bet is to call Rinker (or email them.)


Edited by dhass6469 on July 23 2006 at 18:20
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Posted: February 01 2007 at 08:41 | IP Logged Quote parkrode360

Might want to try www.rinkerboatowners.com -- there are a couple of *very* experienced Rinker owners that might be able to help you out with the electrical work.

Edited by Sonja Lowe on September 25 2013 at 18:38

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