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Claire1000

Where are the fuses?

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Claire1000

Pretty sure one of my ballast pumps blew a fuse. I can't find them! Am I blind? Thanks. 

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Claire1000

2016 a22 if that matters

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ahopkinsVTX

Did you check under the helm?

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Claire1000

Can't find any under the helm. Maybe I'm missing it? We took the whole back apart but everything looked fine back there. 

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ahopkinsVTX

There should be a bank of breakers under the throttle on the sidewall. Are any of those tripped? But to be honest I don't know where the fuses are on the axis. I guessed under the helm because that is where mine are. They are covered though. There is a black cover that pops off.

The manual should show you though if all else fails. 

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powderski14

There's a bunch under the throttle... can't remember but ballast may be one of them.

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Claire1000

Well, after digging everywhere, never found them. Took the whole back apart to get down to the ballast pump. It was fine. Almost positive the issue is a faulty switch on the dash. So easy switch. It's still intermittent. Will replace at some point. Thanks for the help!

 

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Claire1000

FYI- according to the tech where I bought the boat, there are no fuses. Just the breaker panel. 

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boardjnky4

yep, just a breaker panel next to the seat near the floor. if you unplug the pump and jumper 12v into it, that would be an easy test to determine if the pump is good. Then use a multi-meter to test for 12v coming into the pump when the switch is on.

But really, it's a 2016 so it's under warranty still. Get your dealer to fix it.

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