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Re: Eumenia Mini 5500 Dishwasher Parts? >>>Contact Made and Part Ordered

svsummerlove <svsummerlove@...>
 

Great. Thanks Bill. I'll download it when I see the new one.

Steve

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@...> wrote:

Steve,

Yes, that is my spares list, although some things have changed. I will delete that one and upload a new one in a few days.

Regarding spares for the dishwasher, I do not have any suggestions because I do not have enough experience with the Mini 5500.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@> wrote:

Thanks Bill.

Actually, I meant spares for the dishwasher specifically, since I'd be paying a hefty fee for a wire transfer regardless of the number of items I buy. Just trying to justify the cost of the wire.

I have a download of your spares list from the files. Is that the same one?

Steve


Echopilot Forward Looking Sonar

Anne and John Hollamby <annejohnholl@...>
 

I had one from my previous boat and two technicians from Amel fitted the sensor on the centre line under the small cover just aft of the bow thruster. They put in a lot of resin filler which made a level patch to receive the fixing nut holding the sensor housing. It was useful sometimes on my previous boat whilst navigating through channels in coral reefs but was of little use in currents as the hazard is upon you before it was possible to take avoiding action. There needs to be an obstruction to give a reflection and thus it was of no value on level bottoms.
It soon stopped working and although I took it back to the manufacturer a couple of times it still gave an error reading and so I have ignored it for the past eight years.

Regards, Anne and John, Bali Hai, SM2K 319


Re: [Amel] Re: Small corked cavity on front of keel - is this for a forward facing sonar ?

Attilio Su Yahoo <attilio.siviero@...>
 

Just next days I'm fitting an Echopilot with the professional sensor. Thus no experience yet. I'll put the sensor 20cm behind the existing sounder: I'll let you know with shots as well.
Fair winds
Attilio Amel Santorin #84 Sisila

Inviato da iPhone

Il giorno 30/apr/2012, alle ore 13:20, Colin Streeter <colin.d.streeter@...> ha scritto:

Dear Bill and Attilio

Thank you for the quick responses. On the pictures on the link Bill sent,
this is exactly what I am describing, ie the lower beam position (24" below
forward facing on front of keel). I got the french manuals so will download
the english ones off the site and have a look.

Does anyone else out there have a forward facing sonar fitted to the lower
cavity shown on the keel and needed to get wires through to it?

Cheers
Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II SM2k # 332
http://skipr.net/where-is/boat-pages/?boatid=799



On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 8:53 PM, Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <
yahoogroups@...> wrote:

**


Colin,

Check out this photo:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1217837093/pic/242284717/view?picmode=&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&count=20&dir=asc

More photos at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1217837093/pic/list?mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&dir=asc

I think that what you are describing could be the keel sonic speed sensor.

There is an Amel Option for Sonar, but since I do not have that option, I
cannot comment.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently Cyprus


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "islandpearl2_sm2k332"
<colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear Colleagues

On slipping Island Pearl II today following our 11,779 n.mile trip I was
very surprised to see what appeared to be a corked off cavity on the
forward facing leading edge of the keel about 800mm from the bottom of the
keel. Having not noticed this when purchasing, I am wondering if this is a
standard feature of these boats and what it is for? Basically it looks like
the perfect position for a forward facing sonar scanner but I was not aware
of this seemingly purpose made cavity before.

Is this a standard feature on the Super Maramu 2000, or an option, and
if so what is it for? Also, most importantly, how does one access this from
inside for the purpose of running wires from inside?

Best regards

Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2k # 332
http://skipr.net/where-is/boat-pages/?boatid=799


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Re: [Amel] Re: Small corked cavity on front of keel - is this for a forward facing sonar ?

Colin - ex SV Island Pearl
 

Dear Bill and Attilio

Thank you for the quick responses. On the pictures on the link Bill sent,
this is exactly what I am describing, ie the lower beam position (24" below
forward facing on front of keel). I got the french manuals so will download
the english ones off the site and have a look.

Does anyone else out there have a forward facing sonar fitted to the lower
cavity shown on the keel and needed to get wires through to it?

Cheers
Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II SM2k # 332
http://skipr.net/where-is/boat-pages/?boatid=799



On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 8:53 PM, Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <
yahoogroups@...> wrote:

**


Colin,

Check out this photo:
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1217837093/pic/242284717/view?picmode=&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&count=20&dir=asc

More photos at
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1217837093/pic/list?mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&dir=asc

I think that what you are describing could be the keel sonic speed sensor.

There is an Amel Option for Sonar, but since I do not have that option, I
cannot comment.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently Cyprus


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "islandpearl2_sm2k332"
<colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear Colleagues

On slipping Island Pearl II today following our 11,779 n.mile trip I was
very surprised to see what appeared to be a corked off cavity on the
forward facing leading edge of the keel about 800mm from the bottom of the
keel. Having not noticed this when purchasing, I am wondering if this is a
standard feature of these boats and what it is for? Basically it looks like
the perfect position for a forward facing sonar scanner but I was not aware
of this seemingly purpose made cavity before.

Is this a standard feature on the Super Maramu 2000, or an option, and
if so what is it for? Also, most importantly, how does one access this from
inside for the purpose of running wires from inside?

Best regards

Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2k # 332
http://skipr.net/where-is/boat-pages/?boatid=799


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Re: Small corked cavity on front of keel - is this for a forward facing sonar ?

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Colin,

Check out this photo: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1217837093/pic/242284717/view?picmode=&mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&count=20&dir=asc

More photos at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1217837093/pic/list?mode=tn&order=ordinal&start=1&dir=asc

I think that what you are describing could be the keel sonic speed sensor.

There is an Amel Option for Sonar, but since I do not have that option, I cannot comment.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "islandpearl2_sm2k332" <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear Colleagues

On slipping Island Pearl II today following our 11,779 n.mile trip I was very surprised to see what appeared to be a corked off cavity on the forward facing leading edge of the keel about 800mm from the bottom of the keel. Having not noticed this when purchasing, I am wondering if this is a standard feature of these boats and what it is for? Basically it looks like the perfect position for a forward facing sonar scanner but I was not aware of this seemingly purpose made cavity before.

Is this a standard feature on the Super Maramu 2000, or an option, and if so what is it for? Also, most importantly, how does one access this from inside for the purpose of running wires from inside?

Best regards

Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2k # 332
http://skipr.net/where-is/boat-pages/?boatid=799


Re: [Amel] Small corked cavity on front of keel - is this for a forward facing sonar ?

Attilio Siviero YAHOO <attilio.siviero@...>
 

Hi Colin&Lauren,
it should be the receiver of the speed log, being the transmitter up on the hull some 70cm forward.
These two poles must look each-other, and must not be painted.
Look at the SM2k owner's manual, you will find reference to the speed log.
If you dont have the manual, tell me: I can send it to you.
Fair winds

Attilio & Maria Siviero
Amel Santorin#84 "Sisila"


Il giorno 30/apr/2012, alle ore 12:31, islandpearl2_sm2k332 ha scritto:

Dear Colleagues

On slipping Island Pearl II today following our 11,779 n.mile trip I was very surprised to see what appeared to be a corked off cavity on the forward facing leading edge of the keel about 800mm from the bottom of the keel. Having not noticed this when purchasing, I am wondering if this is a standard feature of these boats and what it is for? Basically it looks like the perfect position for a forward facing sonar scanner but I was not aware of this seemingly purpose made cavity before.

Is this a standard feature on the Super Maramu 2000, or an option, and if so what is it for? Also, most importantly, how does one access this from inside for the purpose of running wires from inside?

Best regards

Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2k # 332
http://skipr.net/where-is/boat-pages/?boatid=799



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Small corked cavity on front of keel - is this for a forward facing sonar ?

Colin - ex SV Island Pearl
 

Dear Colleagues

On slipping Island Pearl II today following our 11,779 n.mile trip I was very surprised to see what appeared to be a corked off cavity on the forward facing leading edge of the keel about 800mm from the bottom of the keel. Having not noticed this when purchasing, I am wondering if this is a standard feature of these boats and what it is for? Basically it looks like the perfect position for a forward facing sonar scanner but I was not aware of this seemingly purpose made cavity before.

Is this a standard feature on the Super Maramu 2000, or an option, and if so what is it for? Also, most importantly, how does one access this from inside for the purpose of running wires from inside?

Best regards

Colin & Lauren Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2k # 332
http://skipr.net/where-is/boat-pages/?boatid=799


Re: Eumenia Mini 5500 Dishwasher Parts? >>>Contact Made and Part Ordered

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Steve,

Yes, that is my spares list, although some things have changed. I will delete that one and upload a new one in a few days.

Regarding spares for the dishwasher, I do not have any suggestions because I do not have enough experience with the Mini 5500.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@...> wrote:

Thanks Bill.

Actually, I meant spares for the dishwasher specifically, since I'd be paying a hefty fee for a wire transfer regardless of the number of items I buy. Just trying to justify the cost of the wire.

I have a download of your spares list from the files. Is that the same one?

Steve


Re: [Amel] Re: SM stern bumper

Chris Smither <yachtakwaaba@...>
 

Colin,
    I had the same problem on my Santorin and had a replacement made locally. A few things to note.....at least on the Santorin!
   The stainless bolts that go through the hull are located in the bumper on a stainless steel strip. We cut this out of the old one and used it again.
   A local upholsterer made a new one out of layers of "closed cell foam". This is a foam sheet that will not pick up water. He used the thickest they had and bonded other layers to it as he shaped it.
  After that we took it to a local manufacturer of awnings and shades and had him cover it with u/v resistant material with the seams against the hull and sealed with silicone.
   Works pretty well - its been on for 3 years now - total cost about GBP 40

Good luck

Mike
SN 027





________________________________
From: Anne and John Hollamby <annejohnholl@...>
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2012 11:05 PM
Subject: [Amel] Re: SM stern bumper


 
Hello Colin,
It is made of hard plastic foam and finished off with spray painting and there are a couple of fixing bolts or studs inset to fix it on the stern. I would be very surprised if one of the many boat builders etc could not make one as good or perhaps even better for a fraction of the cost of getting one shipped out from Amel.
Enjoy the fish market, Anne and John, Bali Hai, SM 319

From: seafeverofcuan
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2012 3:55 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel] Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank

Hi Colin,
Amel did have those rubber bumpers in stock at the end of last year. The price then was Euros 550 plus postage.
tREVOR
--- In mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com, "islandpearl2_sm2k332" <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear friends

Having arrived safely half way round the world in Sydney this week after 11,779 n.miles in 104 days, Island Pearl experienced just two problems. These were the loss of her rear moulded white stern rubber/plastic bumber and a reduced outflow to holding tank from rear toilet.

The toilet issue appears to be a reduced internal diameter/ cavity size of the pipe from rear heads at the point where it curves around and down inside the rear holding tank being a seemingly impossible location to get to. I am pretty sure that this is simply a build up of calcium over the years but am wondering if any of you know how to access this part of the pipe possibly by dropping the holding tank down a little to allow access to this spot from inside behind the heads? Any assistance with a diagram or useful tips / steps to take would be very welcome.

Regarding the rear stern white plastic/rubber bumber unit any suggestions of where I can source this at a reasonable cost??

Thank you

Colin Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2K # 332
http://skipr.net/trk/index.php?id=799
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Re: Eumenia Mini 5500 Dishwasher Parts? >>>Contact Made and Part Ordered

svsummerlove <svsummerlove@...>
 

Thanks Bill.

Actually, I meant spares for the dishwasher specifically, since I'd be paying a hefty fee for a wire transfer regardless of the number of items I buy. Just trying to justify the cost of the wire.

I have a download of your spares list from the files. Is that the same one?

Steve

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@...> wrote:

Mark,

If you are talking about convenience items, you may want to order a Universal Askoll Washing Machine Magnet Motor Pump (ES1087464)from espares.com £9.99 inc VAT. It is the most common failure on the Thomson clothes washer. Easy to replace.

I have an excel spreadsheet of the spares we have on our circumnavigation that I can send if you like.

Best,

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@> wrote:

Thanks Bill.

I'll order the same one as you did. Mine will also be shipped to the US, but I should be able to look at it before you get yours.

Are you aware of any other parts that typically fail or wear out sooner than most. I may as well order those too while I'm at it.

Thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2k 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@> wrote:

Mark,

I can't guaranty the part number because the part was shipped to Texas and I have not received it yet. However, my old element is marked 2000W and I assume I want it rated for 240V rather than 220V which would be USA voltage. The part number on my old element is "BLECKMAN IF40 17027" and does not correspond to the numbers below.

The parts list reads:
Item Part# Description
26 031505 Heizkörper 220V 3000W Mini
26 031508 Heizkörper 240V 2000W Mini

I hope this helps you.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@> wrote:

Bill,

Since the cost of the money wire is going to be twice as much as the parts themselves, I thought I'd order a spare heater element while I'm at it (if for no other reason than to guarantee the old one never fails). In the parts list that Armin provided, it shows the 031508 below that you ordered (which is described as a 2KW 240V element), and also one with the part number 031505, (which is 3KW 220V).

Before I order it, was the 031508 the correct one when you received and installed it? Did they happen to say what the other one (the 031505) is for?

Many thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2K 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@> wrote:

Armin,

Thank you very much for the help.

I was able to contact them via email. They have the part I need which is the Heating Element for the Eumenia Mini 5500. It is part number 031 508 and it cost €62.40 plus freight.

The email I used to contact is: ersatzteile"at"schabauer-service.at

Regards,

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "N4796P@" <n4796p@> wrote:

Sorry it was a fault from me again.

The correct address is _not_ ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

The correct address is:__ ersatzteile(at)schabauer-service(dot)at

Your can find all contact informations on: www(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Sorry for the faults, but I am doing this just beside my work and I am a
little bit short on time.

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 16:33, schrieb svsummerlove:

Hi Armin,

I tried sending an email to ersatzteil.schabauer-service.at, but gmail
won't send it due to "incorrect address". If this IS the correct
address, I'll try using my Yahoo account instead.

I used Babylon.com to translate the following request into German:

"Guten Tag,

Entschuldigen Sie bitte mein Deutsch. Ich bin mit einem online
Übersetzer aus dem Englischen. Bitte antworten auf Englisch, wenn möglich.

Ich möchte teile für die Eumenia 5500 Mini Spülmaschine. Die folgenden
Teile sind noch vorhanden, und wie viel kosten sie?

A429040000 FührungsgehaÅNuse kpl .M 5005

und

A429008050 Deckelstütze kpl.kurz 103,5mm 5321601 - 5359999

vielmals Dank,

Steve Constantine

Segelschiff Summer Love"

Would you please confirm that it makes sense and doesn't contain any
inappropriate or offensive expressions?

Many thanks,

Steve
SM 340
Summer Love

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

The e-mail address is: ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 15:25, schrieb Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe:

Armin,

Yahoo strips the email address and what I received was this:
"ersatzteile@"

Can you tell me if the complete email address for parts is:
ersatzteile"at"eudora.at

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

I have now checked (by phone) the contact informations at
www.eudora.at
and have now new information about buying spare parts.

The right e-mail address is: ersatzteile@
Phone calls: +43 2236 8120 73, +43 2236 8120 76, +43 2236 8120 77

If the spare parts still exist, they will send the spare parts
where
you
want (after paying in advance).

Armin

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Re: Eumenia Mini 5500 Dishwasher Parts? >>>Contact Made and Part Ordered

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Mark,

If you are talking about convenience items, you may want to order a Universal Askoll Washing Machine Magnet Motor Pump (ES1087464)from espares.com £9.99 inc VAT. It is the most common failure on the Thomson clothes washer. Easy to replace.

I have an excel spreadsheet of the spares we have on our circumnavigation that I can send if you like.

Best,

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@...> wrote:

Thanks Bill.

I'll order the same one as you did. Mine will also be shipped to the US, but I should be able to look at it before you get yours.

Are you aware of any other parts that typically fail or wear out sooner than most. I may as well order those too while I'm at it.

Thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2k 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@> wrote:

Mark,

I can't guaranty the part number because the part was shipped to Texas and I have not received it yet. However, my old element is marked 2000W and I assume I want it rated for 240V rather than 220V which would be USA voltage. The part number on my old element is "BLECKMAN IF40 17027" and does not correspond to the numbers below.

The parts list reads:
Item Part# Description
26 031505 Heizkörper 220V 3000W Mini
26 031508 Heizkörper 240V 2000W Mini

I hope this helps you.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@> wrote:

Bill,

Since the cost of the money wire is going to be twice as much as the parts themselves, I thought I'd order a spare heater element while I'm at it (if for no other reason than to guarantee the old one never fails). In the parts list that Armin provided, it shows the 031508 below that you ordered (which is described as a 2KW 240V element), and also one with the part number 031505, (which is 3KW 220V).

Before I order it, was the 031508 the correct one when you received and installed it? Did they happen to say what the other one (the 031505) is for?

Many thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2K 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@> wrote:

Armin,

Thank you very much for the help.

I was able to contact them via email. They have the part I need which is the Heating Element for the Eumenia Mini 5500. It is part number 031 508 and it cost €62.40 plus freight.

The email I used to contact is: ersatzteile"at"schabauer-service.at

Regards,

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "N4796P@" <n4796p@> wrote:

Sorry it was a fault from me again.

The correct address is _not_ ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

The correct address is:__ ersatzteile(at)schabauer-service(dot)at

Your can find all contact informations on: www(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Sorry for the faults, but I am doing this just beside my work and I am a
little bit short on time.

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 16:33, schrieb svsummerlove:

Hi Armin,

I tried sending an email to ersatzteil.schabauer-service.at, but gmail
won't send it due to "incorrect address". If this IS the correct
address, I'll try using my Yahoo account instead.

I used Babylon.com to translate the following request into German:

"Guten Tag,

Entschuldigen Sie bitte mein Deutsch. Ich bin mit einem online
Übersetzer aus dem Englischen. Bitte antworten auf Englisch, wenn möglich.

Ich möchte teile für die Eumenia 5500 Mini Spülmaschine. Die folgenden
Teile sind noch vorhanden, und wie viel kosten sie?

A429040000 FührungsgehaÅNuse kpl .M 5005

und

A429008050 Deckelstütze kpl.kurz 103,5mm 5321601 - 5359999

vielmals Dank,

Steve Constantine

Segelschiff Summer Love"

Would you please confirm that it makes sense and doesn't contain any
inappropriate or offensive expressions?

Many thanks,

Steve
SM 340
Summer Love

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

The e-mail address is: ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 15:25, schrieb Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe:

Armin,

Yahoo strips the email address and what I received was this:
"ersatzteile@"

Can you tell me if the complete email address for parts is:
ersatzteile"at"eudora.at

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

I have now checked (by phone) the contact informations at
www.eudora.at
and have now new information about buying spare parts.

The right e-mail address is: ersatzteile@
Phone calls: +43 2236 8120 73, +43 2236 8120 76, +43 2236 8120 77

If the spare parts still exist, they will send the spare parts
where
you
want (after paying in advance).

Armin

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]



Re: Eumenia Mini 5500 Dishwasher Parts? >>>Contact Made and Part Ordered

svsummerlove <svsummerlove@...>
 

Thanks Bill.

I'll order the same one as you did. Mine will also be shipped to the US, but I should be able to look at it before you get yours.

Are you aware of any other parts that typically fail or wear out sooner than most. I may as well order those too while I'm at it.

Thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2k 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@...> wrote:

Mark,

I can't guaranty the part number because the part was shipped to Texas and I have not received it yet. However, my old element is marked 2000W and I assume I want it rated for 240V rather than 220V which would be USA voltage. The part number on my old element is "BLECKMAN IF40 17027" and does not correspond to the numbers below.

The parts list reads:
Item Part# Description
26 031505 Heizkörper 220V 3000W Mini
26 031508 Heizkörper 240V 2000W Mini

I hope this helps you.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus


--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@> wrote:

Bill,

Since the cost of the money wire is going to be twice as much as the parts themselves, I thought I'd order a spare heater element while I'm at it (if for no other reason than to guarantee the old one never fails). In the parts list that Armin provided, it shows the 031508 below that you ordered (which is described as a 2KW 240V element), and also one with the part number 031505, (which is 3KW 220V).

Before I order it, was the 031508 the correct one when you received and installed it? Did they happen to say what the other one (the 031505) is for?

Many thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2K 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@> wrote:

Armin,

Thank you very much for the help.

I was able to contact them via email. They have the part I need which is the Heating Element for the Eumenia Mini 5500. It is part number 031 508 and it cost €62.40 plus freight.

The email I used to contact is: ersatzteile"at"schabauer-service.at

Regards,

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "N4796P@" <n4796p@> wrote:

Sorry it was a fault from me again.

The correct address is _not_ ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

The correct address is:__ ersatzteile(at)schabauer-service(dot)at

Your can find all contact informations on: www(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Sorry for the faults, but I am doing this just beside my work and I am a
little bit short on time.

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 16:33, schrieb svsummerlove:

Hi Armin,

I tried sending an email to ersatzteil.schabauer-service.at, but gmail
won't send it due to "incorrect address". If this IS the correct
address, I'll try using my Yahoo account instead.

I used Babylon.com to translate the following request into German:

"Guten Tag,

Entschuldigen Sie bitte mein Deutsch. Ich bin mit einem online
Übersetzer aus dem Englischen. Bitte antworten auf Englisch, wenn möglich.

Ich möchte teile für die Eumenia 5500 Mini Spülmaschine. Die folgenden
Teile sind noch vorhanden, und wie viel kosten sie?

A429040000 FührungsgehaÅNuse kpl .M 5005

und

A429008050 Deckelstütze kpl.kurz 103,5mm 5321601 - 5359999

vielmals Dank,

Steve Constantine

Segelschiff Summer Love"

Would you please confirm that it makes sense and doesn't contain any
inappropriate or offensive expressions?

Many thanks,

Steve
SM 340
Summer Love

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

The e-mail address is: ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 15:25, schrieb Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe:

Armin,

Yahoo strips the email address and what I received was this:
"ersatzteile@"

Can you tell me if the complete email address for parts is:
ersatzteile"at"eudora.at

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

I have now checked (by phone) the contact informations at
www.eudora.at
and have now new information about buying spare parts.

The right e-mail address is: ersatzteile@
Phone calls: +43 2236 8120 73, +43 2236 8120 76, +43 2236 8120 77

If the spare parts still exist, they will send the spare parts
where
you
want (after paying in advance).

Armin

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Re: Eumenia Mini 5500 Dishwasher Parts? >>>Contact Made and Part Ordered

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Mark,

I can't guaranty the part number because the part was shipped to Texas and I have not received it yet. However, my old element is marked 2000W and I assume I want it rated for 240V rather than 220V which would be USA voltage. The part number on my old element is "BLECKMAN IF40 17027" and does not correspond to the numbers below.

The parts list reads:
Item Part# Description
26 031505 Heizkörper 220V 3000W Mini
26 031508 Heizkörper 240V 2000W Mini

I hope this helps you.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "svsummerlove" <svsummerlove@...> wrote:

Bill,

Since the cost of the money wire is going to be twice as much as the parts themselves, I thought I'd order a spare heater element while I'm at it (if for no other reason than to guarantee the old one never fails). In the parts list that Armin provided, it shows the 031508 below that you ordered (which is described as a 2KW 240V element), and also one with the part number 031505, (which is 3KW 220V).

Before I order it, was the 031508 the correct one when you received and installed it? Did they happen to say what the other one (the 031505) is for?

Many thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2K 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@> wrote:

Armin,

Thank you very much for the help.

I was able to contact them via email. They have the part I need which is the Heating Element for the Eumenia Mini 5500. It is part number 031 508 and it cost €62.40 plus freight.

The email I used to contact is: ersatzteile"at"schabauer-service.at

Regards,

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "N4796P@" <n4796p@> wrote:

Sorry it was a fault from me again.

The correct address is _not_ ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

The correct address is:__ ersatzteile(at)schabauer-service(dot)at

Your can find all contact informations on: www(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Sorry for the faults, but I am doing this just beside my work and I am a
little bit short on time.

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 16:33, schrieb svsummerlove:

Hi Armin,

I tried sending an email to ersatzteil.schabauer-service.at, but gmail
won't send it due to "incorrect address". If this IS the correct
address, I'll try using my Yahoo account instead.

I used Babylon.com to translate the following request into German:

"Guten Tag,

Entschuldigen Sie bitte mein Deutsch. Ich bin mit einem online
Übersetzer aus dem Englischen. Bitte antworten auf Englisch, wenn möglich.

Ich möchte teile für die Eumenia 5500 Mini Spülmaschine. Die folgenden
Teile sind noch vorhanden, und wie viel kosten sie?

A429040000 FührungsgehaÅNuse kpl .M 5005

und

A429008050 Deckelstütze kpl.kurz 103,5mm 5321601 - 5359999

vielmals Dank,

Steve Constantine

Segelschiff Summer Love"

Would you please confirm that it makes sense and doesn't contain any
inappropriate or offensive expressions?

Many thanks,

Steve
SM 340
Summer Love

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

The e-mail address is: ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 15:25, schrieb Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe:

Armin,

Yahoo strips the email address and what I received was this:
"ersatzteile@"

Can you tell me if the complete email address for parts is:
ersatzteile"at"eudora.at

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

I have now checked (by phone) the contact informations at
www.eudora.at
and have now new information about buying spare parts.

The right e-mail address is: ersatzteile@
Phone calls: +43 2236 8120 73, +43 2236 8120 76, +43 2236 8120 77

If the spare parts still exist, they will send the spare parts
where
you
want (after paying in advance).

Armin

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


Re: Eumenia Mini 5500 Dishwasher Parts? >>>Contact Made and Part Ordered

svsummerlove <svsummerlove@...>
 

Bill,

Since the cost of the money wire is going to be twice as much as the parts themselves, I thought I'd order a spare heater element while I'm at it (if for no other reason than to guarantee the old one never fails). In the parts list that Armin provided, it shows the 031508 below that you ordered (which is described as a 2KW 240V element), and also one with the part number 031505, (which is 3KW 220V).

Before I order it, was the 031508 the correct one when you received and installed it? Did they happen to say what the other one (the 031505) is for?

Many thanks,

Steve
2002 SM2K 340
Summer Love
Currently in Grenada

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe" <yahoogroups@...> wrote:

Armin,

Thank you very much for the help.

I was able to contact them via email. They have the part I need which is the Heating Element for the Eumenia Mini 5500. It is part number 031 508 and it cost €62.40 plus freight.

The email I used to contact is: ersatzteile"at"schabauer-service.at

Regards,

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus



--- In amelyachtowners@..., "N4796P@" <n4796p@> wrote:

Sorry it was a fault from me again.

The correct address is _not_ ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

The correct address is:__ ersatzteile(at)schabauer-service(dot)at

Your can find all contact informations on: www(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Sorry for the faults, but I am doing this just beside my work and I am a
little bit short on time.

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 16:33, schrieb svsummerlove:

Hi Armin,

I tried sending an email to ersatzteil.schabauer-service.at, but gmail
won't send it due to "incorrect address". If this IS the correct
address, I'll try using my Yahoo account instead.

I used Babylon.com to translate the following request into German:

"Guten Tag,

Entschuldigen Sie bitte mein Deutsch. Ich bin mit einem online
Übersetzer aus dem Englischen. Bitte antworten auf Englisch, wenn möglich.

Ich möchte teile für die Eumenia 5500 Mini Spülmaschine. Die folgenden
Teile sind noch vorhanden, und wie viel kosten sie?

A429040000 FührungsgehaÅNuse kpl .M 5005

und

A429008050 Deckelstütze kpl.kurz 103,5mm 5321601 - 5359999

vielmals Dank,

Steve Constantine

Segelschiff Summer Love"

Would you please confirm that it makes sense and doesn't contain any
inappropriate or offensive expressions?

Many thanks,

Steve
SM 340
Summer Love

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

The e-mail address is: ersatzteil(dot)schabauer-service(dot)at

Armin

Am 02.04.2012 15:25, schrieb Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe:

Armin,

Yahoo strips the email address and what I received was this:
"ersatzteile@"

Can you tell me if the complete email address for parts is:
ersatzteile"at"eudora.at

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently N Cyprus

--- In amelyachtowners@...
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>
<mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com>, "N4796P@" <n4796p@>
wrote:

I have now checked (by phone) the contact informations at
www.eudora.at
and have now new information about buying spare parts.

The right e-mail address is: ersatzteile@
Phone calls: +43 2236 8120 73, +43 2236 8120 76, +43 2236 8120 77

If the spare parts still exist, they will send the spare parts
where
you
want (after paying in advance).

Armin





Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank

Judy and Bill aboard SV BeBe <yahoogroups@...>
 

Colin,

Follow this link for a solution regarding Head Service
Service of Toilet, Holding Tank & Connections: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/amelyachtowners/photos/album/1980087538/pic/list

Good luck and I hope this helps...

Stephen Hancock,

I have been a member of this Group for over six years. This is the first time that I have witnessed a childish and inappropriate remark from a member of this group.

Group Owner,

Jose, I would appreciate it if you would look into Stephen Hancock's membership to the Amel Owner's Group.

Bill
BeBe, SM2k, #387
Currently Cyprus - departing for Turkey in a few days

--- In amelyachtowners@..., Stephen Hancock <sammie.whammie@...> wrote:

Blow and suck on both ends and that should clear it out.
------------------------------------------------------------

--- In amelyachtowners@..., "islandpearl2_sm2k332" <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear friends

Having arrived safely half way round the world in Sydney this week after 11,779 n.miles in 104 days, Island Pearl experienced just two problems. These were the loss of her rear moulded white stern rubber/plastic bumber and a reduced outflow to holding tank from rear toilet.

The toilet issue appears to be a reduced internal diameter/ cavity size of the pipe from rear heads at the point where it curves around and down inside the rear holding tank being a seemingly impossible location to get to. I am pretty sure that this is simply a build up of calcium over the years but am wondering if any of you know how to access this part of the pipe possibly by dropping the holding tank down a little to allow access to this spot from inside behind the heads? Any assistance with a diagram or useful tips / steps to take would be very welcome.

Regarding the rear stern white plastic/rubber bumber unit any suggestions of where I can source this at a reasonable cost??

Thank you

Colin Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2K # 332
http://skipr.net/trk/index.php?id=799


Re: [Amel] Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank

Colin - ex SV Island Pearl
 

Thanks Trevor
At that price I will order one from Amel. Anyone else out there who has the optional rear holding tank fitted and had similar problems with reduced diameter of holding tank inflow pipe?
Cheers,Colin
Island Pearl II
SM2k #332
On 27/04/2012, at 23:55, "seafeverofcuan" <seafeverofcuan@...> wrote:


Hi Colin,
Amel did have those rubber bumpers in stock at the end of last year. The price then was Euros 550 plus postage.
tREVOR
--- In amelyachtowners@..., "islandpearl2_sm2k332" <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear friends

Having arrived safely half way round the world in Sydney this week after 11,779 n.miles in 104 days, Island Pearl experienced just two problems. These were the loss of her rear moulded white stern rubber/plastic bumber and a reduced outflow to holding tank from rear toilet.

The toilet issue appears to be a reduced internal diameter/ cavity size of the pipe from rear heads at the point where it curves around and down inside the rear holding tank being a seemingly impossible location to get to. I am pretty sure that this is simply a build up of calcium over the years but am wondering if any of you know how to access this part of the pipe possibly by dropping the holding tank down a little to allow access to this spot from inside behind the heads? Any assistance with a diagram or useful tips / steps to take would be very welcome.

Regarding the rear stern white plastic/rubber bumber unit any suggestions of where I can source this at a reasonable cost??

Thank you

Colin Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2K # 332
http://skipr.net/trk/index.php?id=799

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Re: [Amel] Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank

Richard03801 <richard03801@...>
 

Hi based on your email you have removed the hose and are seeing the pipe?? Get a long flexible bottle brush and have at it. If the hose is still in place get a cleaner called SEW CLEANE fill the tank and the hose with the stuff and let it sit for for oh 36 hours then run lots of water through the system that generally works.

Regards SM209 for sale with working heads.

Richard Piller

Cell 603 767 5330

On Apr 27, 2012, at 10:11, Stephen Hancock <sammie.whammie@...> wrote:

Blow and suck on both ends and that should clear it out.

________________________________
From: seafeverofcuan <seafeverofcuan@...>
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2012 6:55 AM
Subject: [Amel] Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank





Hi Colin,
Amel did have those rubber bumpers in stock at the end of last year. The price then was Euros 550 plus postage.
tREVOR
--- In amelyachtowners@..., "islandpearl2_sm2k332" <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear friends

Having arrived safely half way round the world in Sydney this week after 11,779 n.miles in 104 days, Island Pearl experienced just two problems. These were the loss of her rear moulded white stern rubber/plastic bumber and a reduced outflow to holding tank from rear toilet.

The toilet issue appears to be a reduced internal diameter/ cavity size of the pipe from rear heads at the point where it curves around and down inside the rear holding tank being a seemingly impossible location to get to. I am pretty sure that this is simply a build up of calcium over the years but am wondering if any of you know how to access this part of the pipe possibly by dropping the holding tank down a little to allow access to this spot from inside behind the heads? Any assistance with a diagram or useful tips / steps to take would be very welcome.

Regarding the rear stern white plastic/rubber bumber unit any suggestions of where I can source this at a reasonable cost??

Thank you

Colin Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2K # 332
http://skipr.net/trk/index.php?id=799
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Re: SM stern bumper

Anne and John Hollamby <annejohnholl@...>
 

Hello Colin,
It is made of hard plastic foam and finished off with spray painting and there are a couple of fixing bolts or studs inset to fix it on the stern. I would be very surprised if one of the many boat builders etc could not make one as good or perhaps even better for a fraction of the cost of getting one shipped out from Amel.
Enjoy the fish market, Anne and John, Bali Hai, SM 319


From: seafeverofcuan
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2012 3:55 PM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel] Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank



Hi Colin,
Amel did have those rubber bumpers in stock at the end of last year. The price then was Euros 550 plus postage.
tREVOR
--- In mailto:amelyachtowners%40yahoogroups.com, "islandpearl2_sm2k332" <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear friends

Having arrived safely half way round the world in Sydney this week after 11,779 n.miles in 104 days, Island Pearl experienced just two problems. These were the loss of her rear moulded white stern rubber/plastic bumber and a reduced outflow to holding tank from rear toilet.

The toilet issue appears to be a reduced internal diameter/ cavity size of the pipe from rear heads at the point where it curves around and down inside the rear holding tank being a seemingly impossible location to get to. I am pretty sure that this is simply a build up of calcium over the years but am wondering if any of you know how to access this part of the pipe possibly by dropping the holding tank down a little to allow access to this spot from inside behind the heads? Any assistance with a diagram or useful tips / steps to take would be very welcome.

Regarding the rear stern white plastic/rubber bumber unit any suggestions of where I can source this at a reasonable cost??

Thank you

Colin Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2K # 332
http://skipr.net/trk/index.php?id=799


Maramu water tank adventure continued....

Dave_Benjamin
 

As some of you know, our early Maramu (hull #29) did not have an inspection port in what we assumed was the forward most portion of the water tank. There were only two access ports under the table and two aft of the table. A few days ago we cut out an opening for a 6 inch (152mm) round inspection port. We placed the port in line (fore and aft) with the others. To our surprise, we discovered that the water tank does not end there. The tank actually extends forward underneath the aft facing bench at the head of the table. The inside of the locker under this bench does not appear to have an access port, but if it's possible to add one, we'll do so to facilitate cleaning.

When we're complete with this project, I'll post photos.

Have a great weekend.

Fair Winds,

Dave Benjamin
S/V Exit Strategy, Maramu #29


Re: [Amel] Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank

Stephen Hancock
 

Blow and suck on both ends and that should clear it out.


________________________________
From: seafeverofcuan <seafeverofcuan@...>
To: amelyachtowners@...
Sent: Friday, April 27, 2012 6:55 AM
Subject: [Amel] Re: Rear Toilet - how to clear blockage in curved pipe that enters rear holding tank


 


Hi Colin,
Amel did have those rubber bumpers in stock at the end of last year. The price then was Euros 550 plus postage.
tREVOR
--- In amelyachtowners@..., "islandpearl2_sm2k332" <colin.d.streeter@...> wrote:

Dear friends

Having arrived safely half way round the world in Sydney this week after 11,779 n.miles in 104 days, Island Pearl experienced just two problems. These were the loss of her rear moulded white stern rubber/plastic bumber and a reduced outflow to holding tank from rear toilet.

The toilet issue appears to be a reduced internal diameter/ cavity size of the pipe from rear heads at the point where it curves around and down inside the rear holding tank being a seemingly impossible location to get to. I am pretty sure that this is simply a build up of calcium over the years but am wondering if any of you know how to access this part of the pipe possibly by dropping the holding tank down a little to allow access to this spot from inside behind the heads? Any assistance with a diagram or useful tips / steps to take would be very welcome.

Regarding the rear stern white plastic/rubber bumber unit any suggestions of where I can source this at a reasonable cost??

Thank you

Colin Streeter
Island Pearl II - SM2K # 332
http://skipr.net/trk/index.php?id=799



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