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Old 30-06-2016, 19:42   #1
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Lagoon 380 2009 S2 quick question

Can anyone tell me when looking at the screens for how much diesel is left - "fuel tank 1" "fuel tank 2" - which engines they correspond to? I.e. Engine on helm side or opposite? I have the idea they are counter intuitive but can't find it anywhere!

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Re: Lagoon 380 2009 S2 quick question

On the L450 the port is #1 and starboard is #2 for most items


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Re: Lagoon 380 2009 S2 quick question

That's weird, Dave, because on our L400 the fuel gauges on the main electrical panel are the opposite; #1 is starboard and #2 is port.
Perhaps mine was wired the morning after Bastille Day?
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Re: Lagoon 380 2009 S2 quick question

Well, if you have the patience to wait until the next time you fill diesel it will be easy to find out. Fill one and check the gauges to see what happened before filling the other one.
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Re: Lagoon 380 2009 S2 quick question

yup did that today, filled one and checked, they are backwards to the water and engines, i.e. tank 1 is on the starboard side.


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Re: Lagoon 380 2009 S2 quick question

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That's weird, Dave, because on our L400 the fuel gauges on the main electrical panel are the opposite; #1 is starboard and #2 is port.
Perhaps mine was wired the morning after Bastille Day?
Its like that on our 380 2011 mod hull 637.
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