Great! ...I have to wait for test because very very high temperature
here around, no wind and more than 35 dg!
Where are you?
Data: 12-apr-2015 9.37
Ogg: Re: Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Bill- water tank vent
To add pressure to the accumulator tank, use a bicycle air pump
the tire-type valve on the accumulator tank (the valve wil be under the
black plastic cap). Pump it up to a pressure of about 10% less than the
"cut off" pressure of your pump. "Cut off" pressure is the highest
your pump achieves.
Be sure to add pressure to the accumulator tank with the water pump
off and the pressure in the fresh water system at zero...if you don't
this way, you will have wrong pressure readings on the accumulator.
Hope this helps,
On Sun, Apr 12, 2015 at 9:07 AM, 'email@example.com' firstname.lastname@example.org
[amelyachtowners] <email@example.com> wrote:
careless assumption on my part. I apologize for that assumption andventing
tableandin the saloon.own
heisindicated that the hose was there to protect the cable inside, andthatcable is the sonic speed indicator sensor/transmitter that isimbedded inthe leading edge of the stub keel (i.e. the lower aft transducer ofthe twosonic speed transducers). At the forward end of the hose the cableexitsand traversed starboard to route to the sonic speed computer that
bestrapped under the shelf in the forward lower cupboard beside thestarboardside saloon seat.
possible (or not possible) to replace the sonic speed sensors (bothin thestub-keel and the forward hull). It seems many of us have hadfailure ofthe transducers. Are the sensors in some sort of conduit that allowthemto be pulled and replaced?