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bkair Posted - Aug 18 2013 : 10:23:10
I have a 41c with 3 co detectors. 1 of the 3 (the forward stateroom ) has stopped working. There is no power(12v) at the detector. The other 2 are fine. Does anyone know where power is picked up? I tried tracing but wire runs behind walls, refrigerator etc with almost no access. The boats wiring diagram is vague at best. Any help would be appreciated
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Gregory S Posted - Sep 04 2013 : 16:10:11
yup, the only CO2 detectors I know of are in space capsules. Remember Apollo 13?
Bob J Posted - Sep 03 2013 : 21:25:15
quote:
Originally posted by Dusty Rhoads

CO2 has blade fuses behind the elect. panel on our boat. Unscrew upper and lower panel screws and door should open. Behind you will find a panel of fuses marked, and I would assume there. Various others there also, make a list to remember.


Dusty, as you know, vast difference between CO & CO2. I'm sure it was a typo.
bkair Posted - Aug 18 2013 : 13:10:28
Thx. Ill give it a look
Billylll Posted - Aug 18 2013 : 12:47:06
I don't have a Silverton but my Mainship is similar, check to see if the ground lead is broken. Find another ground nearby (good luck) the problem might be on the ground side of the circuit. I believe in my Mainship the ground for the front stateroom was tied into the lighting circuit's ground. I had the same problem a few years ago when I was upgrading the boat.
Bill
bkair Posted - Aug 18 2013 : 11:15:17
Thanks dusty. Found the fuses and there are 3 total. Only 1 fuse feeds all three detectors. When i pulled one of the fuses the 2 operating detectors went dead. i did check all 3 fuses and they were all good. Must be a bad connection or break in the wire. Ill have to trace more
Dusty Rhoads Posted - Aug 18 2013 : 10:54:16
CO2 has blade fuses behind the elect. panel on our boat. Unscrew upper and lower panel screws and door should open. Behind you will find a panel of fuses marked, and I would assume there. Various others there also, make a list to remember.

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