"Seems there are two issue:
1. Poorly insulated (for sure behind the refrigerator)
2. Periodic coil cleaning, is required.
I have am considering spray-in insulation - any recommendations are welcome?
How did you remove the wood panels…"
"I successfully got the RS150 GPS unit working with the help of a phone call to Raymarine tech assistance. The directions that I received on the Raymarine forum required running a new power feed to the Seatalk converter. I had pulled the…"
"I was on my boat today and the fluxgate compass isn’t in the hanging locker. It’s not in any of the lockers. I think that because my boat is an early 40’ model in the production series the compass may not be in a typical location.…"
"I started that route....bought the RS150...seatalk converter... But gave up and bought a new 2032 battery for the existing gps antenna....
The fluxgate compass is in the aft cabin... "Shirt"cabinet... On the top of the side wall of…"
The original Raymarine 125 gps failed on my 2008 Oceanis 40. Based on research, I’m trying to install a RS150 GPS receiver. The 150 uses Seatalk NG vs. the boat’s antiquated Seatalk 1. Not exactly sure how to tie the new GPS into the network. I purchased a Seatalk1 to Seatalk NG converter block. The Raymarine Tech on the Raymarine Tech forum has advised me to run a independent power feed to the converter block. That’s about as far as I have gotten, waiting to get a call back from…See More
"Mike nails the freezer (and Refrigerator) item. Remove the woodencovers on the vents, and if they have never been off you will most likely find a carpet of dust/hair/lint. I drilled small screw holes and added screws to re-attach. Now it is a…"
"Cam, I used a wide, flat blade screw driver to pry it off. I took my time and made sure I wasn't forcing it and causing any dents or scratches. It took a little while to do but when done I had good access to the coils. One of the grills would…"
"Cam, keeping the coils clean is essential to max efficiency for both units. For whatever reason our 43 required constant upkeep to keep the coils clean. The wood grates are glued on but can be removed if you work at it using a tool that won't…"
How is everything with you, I picked interest on you after going through your short profile and deemed it necessary to write you immediately. I have something very vital to disclose to you, but I found it difficult to express myself here, since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on:( firstname.lastname@example.org ) for the full details. Have a nice day Thanks God bless.
Hi, the water in the front shower drain, when pumped out, seems to partially flowing into the aft shower drain box. And the water pumped out from that seems to be flowing back a little. I think the check valve is malfunctioning but I haven’t been able to locate it. Can anyone help please. Many thanks.See More
My name is Bart Landinger and you sent me a letter inquiring about an 80 acres I own near Hyder/Agua Caliente in western Maricopa County. You asked that I email you but there was no email address. I asked an old-timer in the area if…"
After 10+ years it was time to change the 50A 125/250 V shore power splitter. It had served well but it was showing signs of degradation due to heat. I also had previously changed out the boat side power inlet connectors to the SmartPlug type, changing out the fittings on the shore power cable to match. I absolutely love the SmartPlug system. No twisting, sure connection, much more surface area, etc.I decided to buy short factory made 25 FT Smartplug power cords as I normally berth stern-to and…See More
Thank you VERY much for your answers. Really helpful. It’s a relief to know that the tank can be removed, and if the price is still around 200 euros, then that’s a lot less that what I was expecting, so good news. Will…"