I advised last year than when possible I would forward you a copy of our Dolphin Charger manual.
Finally that is now attached and you should have no trouble configuring your unit. Take the cover off to reveal the jumper switches.
As an aside our…"
"I have a 2011 US built Ben 40 and installed to 4D AGM batteries. The capacity increased from 160 to 195 amp hrs no modification needed. I have a Xantrex battery charger that came with the new Boat. There is a button you depress on the charger and it…"
I am away at the moment and cannot access my manual though I am sure if you remove the cover from the Dolphin you will find a series of jumper switches enabling switching between battery types.
AGMs will need a higher voltage than either…"
I wonder the exact batteries that you are using. My boat comes with 2 140 AH batteries and I also would like to replace them with larger capacity ones. However, the size is a problem unless I change/adapt the boxes, the wiring,…"
"That photo shows where lines from your batteries are connected to your charger ( three red positive inputs (lines) from battery and a common shared ground input. Looks like a standard setup. Now you need to investigate a little further…"
"Hi thanks for the response....
I haven't had a reply back from dolphin but it's the weekend now so hopefully soon.
Yeah no more button pushing lol....
I have included a couple photos and I wish it was the Xantrex system and thanks for…"
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"Similarly, I changed out my aircon thru hull and valve a while back. Seems to be an issue.
Recently, I was changing the aircon seawater pump and luckily found a valve on the distribution manifold (one pump serves two aircon units) that was fully…"
"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…"
"Hey Mike - I agree with you that there is no physical problem with the unit running. My problem is the drain on the battery. As a weekend / once / twice a year cruiser, I don’t have solar to recharge my batteries (yet). I…"
"We experienced the same thing on our B43 (now sold and gone). We were living aboard and cruising with a fairly full freezer. Like you did I changed out the thermostat without success. I wrote it off to the poorly insulated freezer compartment but…"