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Old 27-12-2013, 20:37   #1
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VDO France circuit breaker part numbers

Hi Does anyone know what the part numbers are for the Lavezzi rocker type CBs on the electrical panel?
And where to buy them.
I'm told they are from VDO in France but don't know where to buy them other than FP direct.
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Hi Does anyone know what the part numbers are for the Lavezzi rocker type CBs on the electrical panel?
And where to buy them.
I'm told they are from VDO in France but don't know where to buy them other than FP direct.
Given VDO is a German company ?

Pictures of the CB , have you looked at the markings on the CB body

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Re: VDO France circuit breaker part numbers

Thanks for that, VDO like many multi national companies make products in many countries besides the one that they originate from.

The numbers on the CB are very small and hard to read without removing the CB which is a bit tricky, so I was hopping someone had already done so and could save me from doing that just to get the number.
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Re: VDO France circuit breaker part numbers

Hi DL
Merry xmas and all our best wishes for the new year .
Part No are as follows
ETA-1610-021-C06 = 6 amps breaker
ETA-1610-021-C10 = 10 amps breaker
the 1610 series will go up to 25 amps , the only change in the part no are the last two digits
So a 15 amps is a C15 / 20 amps C20 and 25 amps C25
Hope that this does help

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Old 28-12-2013, 16:50   #5
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Re: VDO France circuit breaker part numbers

Hi DL,
Forgot to mention , there is no distributor in OZ but one in NZ , The company is called Civic Wholesale , their contact is sales@civicwholesale.co.nz
Give them a try
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Re: VDO France circuit breaker part numbers

Thanks LD,

I should have known that you would know!

How's the new cat?

Also we changed the tramp net the other day, heeding what you had said about it being a "bugger of a job" we left the old net in place until the new one was tied up in place then loop by loop we changed it over.
It was still a challenge but I think it was easier than doing it without the old net in place.
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Re: VDO France circuit breaker part numbers

Hi Dave,
Yes changing the tramp can be " fun" hopefully you have threaded a line through along the edges to " re-Inforce" the new one.
New cat coming along just fine , was at the factory for 4 days three weeks ago , allowed to " crawl" all over it, hulls and deck together internal fit out on the way , just wanted a few " changes " to the wiring , fantastic bunch of people ( then again speaking the linguo does help !!!!)
Enjoy the summer on the water
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