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Old 19-08-2011, 05:19   #1
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Question Vetus Engine Electronic Control C12 (for Mister Joe Dolan)

Hello,

I'm french and firstly excuse me, for my bad english.

It would seem that the problem which I meet with levers eec12 vetus, was already met by some of you.
Mister Joe Delande would have possibly a solution.
So this message addresses, can etre more particularly to Joe:

joe delande
I have got the same problem as yours on my ec12
Please could you send me more informations on the position of the variable resistance pot
We have no neutral position available to day

thanks for your help
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Re: Vetus engine electronic control C12 For Mister Joe Delande

Greetings and welcome aboard the CF, Rene SAV.
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Old 19-08-2011, 06:27   #3
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Hello,

I'm french and firstly excuse me, for my bad english.

It would seem that the problem which I meet with levers eec12 vetus, was already met by some of you.
Mister Joe Delande would have possibly a solution.
So this message addresses, can etre more particularly to Joe:

joe delande
I have got the same problem as yours on my ec12
Please could you send me more informations on the position of the variable resistance pot
We have no neutral position available to day

thanks for your help
With engine stopped,power up controls and rotate the pot until you see the cable in neutral then lock the lever to the pot spindle ,with the lever in the neutral position.
If you have a second control working ? Measure the voltage on the moving connection of the pot when it is in neutral.turn the pot on the faulty control to give the same voltage and lock to lever at this voltage with the lever in the neutral position.if you do get neutral and then are missing forward or reverse fine tune the position to give both.
If you need a new pot u can buy from radio spares.I have the part number if you require it. Let me know if u want any further help or copy of manual in French.
Joe
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Old 19-08-2011, 08:40   #4
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Thanks a lot.

If you have the manual in french, it will be great for me ...!

How can we do ?? Can you send me it on the email of my daugther ?
bmangen@hotmail.com

I hope that we can repair "levers" or case..
We were not very lucky this year of seen meteo and as the weather is beautiful we are nailed in the harbour.
Without counting the fright when we wanted to bring out of the harbour the boat was outside controle...

So, reallyThank you Joe, perhaps, thanks to you we can take advantage finally of the boat and make some offshore exits !!

Bests regards
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