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Old 15-06-2019, 18:02   #1
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Fuse Question

I am new to boat ownership and can't seem to find the main fuse panel. I have a Pearson 33, at the nav stations there is a panel but there are only two fuses as far as I can see. Are there any other fuses or a "main" panel somewhere?

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Old 15-06-2019, 18:25   #2
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Re: Fuse Question

Pictures........ basic electrical panel with breakers is typical. May have small in line fuses for certain items. Open the panel and take a look behind...... snap some pictures so we can all see. What year is your boat??

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Re: Fuse Question

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Furlegirl.


From pages 31 → 33, of the Pearson 30 Owner’s Guide (1985):

“Each (12VDC) circuit is protected by a fuse in the electrical control center located on the starboard, aft main cabin face. (See diagram of electrical control panel~) The battery is located at the icebox bulkhead accessible through the starboard side cockpit locker.”
“The (120VAC Shore Power - OPTIONAL) circuit is protected by two 30 amp fuses located on the electrical control center inside the locker under the galley counter.”
http://www.pearson30.com/pub/Main/Pe...ners_Guide.pdf
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