So last week, it worked fine.
This week no worky.
Of course the wife removed and glassed over where the old north star chart plotter was below them but swears she never touched them.
We also had messed with the junction box at the bottom of the mast
as we removed a ceiling panel to look at a leak issue.
So either of those could have done it.
I inherited quite a mess but I'm starting to sort it out.
I have shield/black, red, yellow coming to the cluster from two ends (I'll circle back to that).
I'm gonna talk left to right from the back.
Coming in is black/red/yellow that comes from the back of the boat
(I assume this brings in the power though my electrical
panel is just forward of that and would have only required 8 feet of cabling). From there it hits a terminal block that just gets tucked away and splits off to the st40 depth
. The other side of the split goes over to a nmea 0183
still connector that then goes into individual terminals connecting the windch. This then uses "proper" seatalk cables
to jump to the wind
and then to the st60 speed (that doesn't seem to work).
Now here is where it goes back out to the back of the boat
. But if I unplug the jumper from the wind
to the "broken" sr60 speed and back in I hear it beep (power up?). So again not sure where it why it continues on to the back of the vessel.
I've hooked up the multimeter and tested the vane connections according to the guides I've found.
Getting VCC, getting vintage in range for the others though the speed was showing over 6v and that makes me wonder. This is tested at all points.
Am I missing something, did it finally die and we coincidentally messed around the connections?
I can post pics and a diagram (and hunt down those runs later if need be).