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Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: Wet / vacuum for bilge cleaning [1 Attachment]

Stephen Morrison <steve_morrison@...>
 

https://www.amazon.com/Dewalt-DCV580H-Cordless-Wet-Dry-Vacuum/dp/B00CP8DF3O/ref=sr_1_5_m?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1509217415&sr=1-5&keywords=dewalt+shop+vac

I use this as I also use the batteries with my drill and driver. I have a 3rd party charger that allows 120-240v and 50-60hz

I am happy to have a cordless shop vac and that it is lower and more rectangular suits me. I store it in the large cockpitlocker and pull it out quite a bit. 

Steve Morrison
SM380 TouRai
Brunswick, GA 


On Oct 28, 2017, at 1:49 PM, clacey9@... [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:

 

Hi Alex,

I just bought this for my boat from Amazon UK. Wet/Vac and upholstery cleaner. Breaks down and stores easily. Very well made and think it will last a long time. The prices seem to flucuate. Good luck.

Chuck
s/v Joy #388


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: ONAN Generator not starting

eric freedman
 

One of my braided bonding straps is connected to an area without paint on my heat exchanger.

Fair Winds

Eric

Kimberlite Amel Super Maramu #376

 

 

From: amelyachtowners@... [mailto:amelyachtowners@...]
Sent: Saturday, October 28, 2017 11:44 AM
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: ONAN Generator not starting

 

 

Hi Alex,

Sounds like you have found your problem - corroded connections. Rather than spray, you'll want to disconnect all wires, clean them up mechanically (sanding, wire brushing etc.) and reattach.  Can't help with the location of the strap, but it sounds like you may not need parts after all.

Good luck with it,

Craig SN68



---In amelyachtowners@..., <alexramseyer@...> wrote :

Looking at the back of my generator, I saw a whole new world – and it was not really exciting. The contacts to the starter solenoid (I guess it is..) as well as the solenoid down at the bottom of the back of the gen are corroded. I sprayed with contact spray and a day later I hear it clicking and it started again. But only for one time and then it went back to trying to start (initiating starting mechanism for ca. half a second. So I think I have to get rid of that corrosion to get the problem solved. Any best practices from your side are appreciated.

Another disturbing factor was to see one grounding strap tied to the bonding system, but a second one hanging around with no attachment at all (see picture). Can someone tell me where that needs to be attached to?

Thanks, Alex

 


Re: Wet / vacuum for bilge cleaning

Chuck_Kim_Joy
 

Hi Alex,
I just bought this for my boat from Amazon UK. Wet/Vac and upholstery cleaner. Breaks down and stores easily. Very well made and think it will last a long time. The prices seem to flucuate. Good luck.

Chuck
s/v Joy #388


Re: ONAN Generator not starting

mfmcgovern@...
 

Alex,

I uploaded a new photo album called "Onan Generator Ground Straps". If for some reason you can't find it, email me at mfmcgovern at gmail dot com and I will email the pics directly to you.

Mark
SM #440 Cara
Deale, MD USA


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor

Alexandre Uster von Baar
 

I don’t know and I only anchor for romantic weekends, that’s why I was saying to ask other Amel 54 owners what did the boat came with. Olivier is always the best!
What size chain do you have?
Don’t you have 2 Windlass?

Well quite frankly, this is hard… as I am making the inventory, I have to search for invoices and it makes me sad and depressed to see all I spend and many things I could not save…

Alexandre



--------------------------------------------

On Sat, 10/28/17, Alex Ramseyer alexramseyer@yahoo.com [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Subject: Re: YNT: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor
To: "Alexandre Uster von Baar uster@rocketmail.com [amelyachtowners]" <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017, 12:19 PM


 









Hi
Alexandre,I'm in Grenada right now.
30 kg seems a little light for AMEL54. What do
you think?  Jerome had a 55kg Spade (to sleep calm as he
put it..) on NO STRESS.
Hope you
are doing well despite the tragedy around
Nikimat!Cheers, Alex









On Saturday, October 28, 2017,
1:07:29 PM GMT-4, Alexandre Uster von Baar
uster@rocketmail.com [amelyachtowners]
<amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com> wrote:






 









Good morning Alex (and other if interested).



Not sure where you are located, but for your information, I
have for sale a Rocna 33 Kg which I bought last year in
Puerto Rico, it has been 3 time in the water. I paid $980
for it, it is for sale for $700.



I also have a Spade 30 Kg also bought last year in Puerto
Rico and it has never been in the water nor even assembled.
New it is $825, you can also have it for $700.



Pick up only in Sint Maarten.



I don’t know what the Amel 54 originally came with for the
anchor, but 55 kg is a lot…

I suggest you look at Rocna guidelines:

http://www.rocna.com/product-range/sizing-guide



Also keep in mind the size of the chain you have.

There is no point in having a heavier anchor if the chain is
not going to be able to keep up with it.



Sincerely, Alexandre



--------------------------------------------

On Sat, 10/28/17, Alex Ramseyer alexramseyer@yahoo.com
[amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
wrote:



Subject: Re: YNT: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor

To: "svperegrinus@yahoo.com [amelyachtowners]"
<amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>

Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017, 10:54 AM





 























Hi

all,I need to replace my Spade 55kg (ex

Jerome's boat) as it is so rusty that it seems to
fall

apart, and the angular part has bent. Rocna also

seems to be very popular, especially here in the
Carebbean.

So if you use a Rocna, can you share experience and
indicate

how heavy your anchor is? Also, Kobra, a

relatively new product from Austria did very well in
tests.

Any experience out there already?Best

Regards,Alex, SY NO STRESSAMEL54

#15













On Thursday, August 10, 2017,

1:49:51 AM GMT-4, HALDUN Karagoz halidunk@yahoo.com

[amelyachtowners]
<amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>

wrote:













 



















Hi Paul,

I am using a 55kg Spade as

the primary anchor for years. Back in 2010, i met Jerome,
a

fellow Amel owner, who jumped into my boat and said: look
i

have to pass on some information to you. I learned from
him

many things that was overlooked at the delivery week.
The

first thing he said was: get rid of the Wasi and get a
55kg

Spade. The windlass is strong enough.

Since

than, i have used the Spade in all sorts of anchorages

around the world, without a worry.

Cheers,

Haldun



Amanin

Amel54#164





---- osterberg.paul.l@gmail.com

[amelyachtowners] şunu yazdı ----





 













Has anyone fitted a spade anchor on an

SM?We are thinking of buying a Spade

Aluminum Anchor as a spare. The 140 model looks as the
one

to choose if one go for Al. The 160 model is only made
in

Galvanized steel.The benefit with Al is

of course weight, more easy to manhandle and to deploy
from

the dingy in the event that it should be

necessary.An other benefit with the

Spade as a spare is that you can dismantle the plow from
the

shank which Make it much easier to stow, and of course
it

has very good reputation as a modern efficient Anchor
almost

in class with our current Roccna.But is

has to fit on the bow roller also.Paul

on SY Kerpa SM#259 currently in

Newport


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Wet / vacuum for bilge cleaning

Maciek <maciej@...>
 

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-M18-18-Volt-Lithium-Ion-Cordless-Wet-Dry-Vacuum-Tool-Only-0880-20/202043806

You still need a charger and M18 charger. If you get it in EU it'll be 220V. However vac,  charger and battery will cost you double of US price. 

Maciek



Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device

-------- Original message --------
From: "Alex Ramseyer alexramseyer@... [amelyachtowners]" <amelyachtowners@...>
Date: 10/28/17 19:34 (GMT+03:00)
To: amelyachtowners@...
Subject: [Amel Yacht Owners] Wet / vacuum for bilge cleaning

 

Dear Amelians,
Bill recommended to use a wet/vacuum to use to get rid of the stuff in the bilge when cleaning. Do you have a recommondation in regards to makes / models that are good to use and don't take to much space? I have 12, 24V and 220V, no 110V on board.
Cheers, Alex
SY NO STRESS
AMEL54 #15


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor

Alex Ramseyer <alexramseyer@...>
 

Hi Alexandre,
I'm in Grenada right now.
30 kg seems a little light for AMEL54. What do you think?  Jerome had a 55kg Spade (to sleep calm as he put it..) on NO STRESS.
Hope you are doing well despite the tragedy around Nikimat!
Cheers, Alex


On Saturday, October 28, 2017, 1:07:29 PM GMT-4, Alexandre Uster von Baar uster@... [amelyachtowners] wrote:


 

Good morning Alex (and other if interested).

Not sure where you are located, but for your information, I have for sale a Rocna 33 Kg which I bought last year in Puerto Rico, it has been 3 time in the water. I paid $980 for it, it is for sale for $700.

I also have a Spade 30 Kg also bought last year in Puerto Rico and it has never been in the water nor even assembled. New it is $825, you can also have it for $700.

Pick up only in Sint Maarten.

I don’t know what the Amel 54 originally came with for the anchor, but 55 kg is a lot…
I suggest you look at Rocna guidelines:
http://www.rocna.com/product-range/sizing-guide

Also keep in mind the size of the chain you have.
There is no point in having a heavier anchor if the chain is not going to be able to keep up with it.

Sincerely, Alexandre

--------------------------------------------
On Sat, 10/28/17, Alex Ramseyer alexramseyer@... [amelyachtowners] wrote:

Subject: Re: YNT: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor
To: "svperegrinus@... [amelyachtowners]" Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017, 10:54 AM


 











Hi
all,I need to replace my Spade 55kg (ex
Jerome's boat) as it is so rusty that it seems to fall
apart, and the angular part has bent. Rocna also
seems to be very popular, especially here in the Carebbean.
So if you use a Rocna, can you share experience and indicate
how heavy your anchor is? Also, Kobra, a
relatively new product from Austria did very well in tests.
Any experience out there already?Best
Regards,Alex, SY NO STRESSAMEL54
#15






On Thursday, August 10, 2017,
1:49:51 AM GMT-4, HALDUN Karagoz halidunk@...
[amelyachtowners]
wrote:






 









Hi Paul,
I am using a 55kg Spade as
the primary anchor for years. Back in 2010, i met Jerome, a
fellow Amel owner, who jumped into my boat and said: look i
have to pass on some information to you. I learned from him
many things that was overlooked at the delivery week. The
first thing he said was: get rid of the Wasi and get a 55kg
Spade. The windlass is strong enough.
Since
than, i have used the Spade in all sorts of anchorages
around the world, without a worry.
Cheers,
Haldun

Amanin
Amel54#164


---- osterberg.paul.l@...
[amelyachtowners] şunu yazdı ----


 






Has anyone fitted a spade anchor on an
SM?We are thinking of buying a Spade
Aluminum Anchor as a spare. The 140 model looks as the one
to choose if one go for Al. The 160 model is only made in
Galvanized steel.The benefit with Al is
of course weight, more easy to manhandle and to deploy from
the dingy in the event that it should be
necessary.An other benefit with the
Spade as a spare is that you can dismantle the plow from the
shank which Make it much easier to stow, and of course it
has very good reputation as a modern efficient Anchor almost
in class with our current Roccna.But is
has to fit on the bow roller also.Paul
on SY Kerpa SM#259 currently in
Newport









Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor

Alexandre Uster von Baar
 

Good morning Alex (and other if interested).

Not sure where you are located, but for your information, I have for sale a Rocna 33 Kg which I bought last year in Puerto Rico, it has been 3 time in the water. I paid $980 for it, it is for sale for $700.

I also have a Spade 30 Kg also bought last year in Puerto Rico and it has never been in the water nor even assembled. New it is $825, you can also have it for $700.

Pick up only in Sint Maarten.

I don’t know what the Amel 54 originally came with for the anchor, but 55 kg is a lot…
I suggest you look at Rocna guidelines:
http://www.rocna.com/product-range/sizing-guide

Also keep in mind the size of the chain you have.
There is no point in having a heavier anchor if the chain is not going to be able to keep up with it.

Sincerely, Alexandre




--------------------------------------------

On Sat, 10/28/17, Alex Ramseyer alexramseyer@yahoo.com [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

Subject: Re: YNT: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor
To: "svperegrinus@yahoo.com [amelyachtowners]" <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Saturday, October 28, 2017, 10:54 AM


 











Hi
all,I need to replace my Spade 55kg (ex
Jerome's boat) as it is so rusty that it seems to fall
apart, and the angular part has bent. Rocna also
seems to be very popular, especially here in the Carebbean.
So if you use a Rocna, can you share experience and indicate
how heavy your anchor is? Also, Kobra, a
relatively new product from Austria did very well in tests.
Any experience out there already?Best
Regards,Alex, SY NO STRESSAMEL54
#15






On Thursday, August 10, 2017,
1:49:51 AM GMT-4, HALDUN Karagoz halidunk@yahoo.com
[amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@yahoogroups.com>
wrote:






 









Hi Paul,
I am using a 55kg Spade as
the primary anchor for years. Back in 2010, i met Jerome, a
fellow Amel owner, who jumped into my boat and said: look i
have to pass on some information to you. I learned from him
many things that was overlooked at the delivery week. The
first thing he said was: get rid of the Wasi and get a 55kg
Spade. The windlass is strong enough.
Since
than, i have used the Spade in all sorts of anchorages
around the world, without a worry.
Cheers,
Haldun

Amanin
Amel54#164


---- osterberg.paul.l@gmail.com
[amelyachtowners] şunu yazdı ----


 






Has anyone fitted a spade anchor on an
SM?We are thinking of buying a Spade
Aluminum Anchor as a spare. The 140 model looks as the one
to choose if one go for Al. The 160 model is only made in
Galvanized steel.The benefit with Al is
of course weight, more easy to manhandle and to deploy from
the dingy in the event that it should be
necessary.An other benefit with the
Spade as a spare is that you can dismantle the plow from the
shank which Make it much easier to stow, and of course it
has very good reputation as a modern efficient Anchor almost
in class with our current Roccna.But is
has to fit on the bow roller also.Paul
on SY Kerpa SM#259 currently in
Newport


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor

Porter McRoberts
 

I switched out for the rocna 40.  Fantastic save in grass where it is a B+ binding some in the hoop.  The Mantus has a bigger hoop.  
Other than that, Rocna sets very quickly.  The galvanization has held up well over the past 5 months too.

Hope that helps.  


Porter McRoberts
S/V Ibis: Amel 54-#152
Ft. Lauderdale
www.fouribis.com
portermcroberts@...







On Oct 28, 2017, at 11:54 AM, Alex Ramseyer alexramseyer@... [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:


Hi all,
I need to replace my Spade 55kg (ex Jerome's boat) as it is so rusty that it seems to fall apart, and the angular part has bent.
Rocna also seems to be very popular, especially here in the Carebbean. So if you use a Rocna, can you share experience and indicate how heavy your anchor is?
Also, Kobra, a relatively new product from Austria did very well in tests. Any experience out there already?
Best Regards,
Alex, SY NO STRESS
AMEL54 #15
On Thursday, August 10, 2017, 1:49:51 AM GMT-4, HALDUN Karagoz halidunk@... [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:


 

Hi Paul,
I am using a 55kg Spade as the primary anchor for years. Back in 2010, i met Jerome, a fellow Amel owner, who jumped into my boat and said: look i have to pass on some information to you. I learned from him many things that was overlooked at the delivery week. The first thing he said was: get rid of the Wasi and get a 55kg Spade. The windlass is strong enough.
Since than, i have used the Spade in all sorts of anchorages around the world, without a worry.
Cheers, Haldun 

Amanin
Amel54#164


---- osterberg.paul.l@... [amelyachtowners] şunu yazdı ----

 


Has anyone fitted a spade anchor on an SM?

We are thinking of buying a Spade Aluminum Anchor as a spare. The 140 model looks as the one to choose if one go for Al. The 160 model is only made in Galvanized steel.

The benefit with Al is of course weight, more easy to manhandle and to deploy from the dingy in the event that it should be necessary.

An other benefit with the Spade as a spare is that you can dismantle the plow from the shank which Make it much easier to stow, and of course it has very good reputation as a modern efficient Anchor almost in class with our current Roccna.

But is has to fit on the bow roller also.

Paul on SY Kerpa SM#259 currently in Newport





Super Maramu bow thruster

unifico3333@...
 

Dear all,

I have a Super Maramu, named Kolibri, built 1996 and I hope you can help me with your experiance.

Kolibri is on shore and I extended the bow thruster and I am wondering that I can move (dangel) the thruster from let to right for about 1 cm. Is this normal/Ok ?

Thanks for your help

Markus


Wet / vacuum for bilge cleaning

Alex Ramseyer <alexramseyer@...>
 

Dear Amelians,
Bill recommended to use a wet/vacuum to use to get rid of the stuff in the bilge when cleaning. Do you have a recommondation in regards to makes / models that are good to use and don't take to much space? I have 12, 24V and 220V, no 110V on board.
Cheers, Alex
SY NO STRESS
AMEL54 #15


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Spade Anchor

Alex Ramseyer <alexramseyer@...>
 


Hi all,
I need to replace my Spade 55kg (ex Jerome's boat) as it is so rusty that it seems to fall apart, and the angular part has bent.
Rocna also seems to be very popular, especially here in the Carebbean. So if you use a Rocna, can you share experience and indicate how heavy your anchor is?
Also, Kobra, a relatively new product from Austria did very well in tests. Any experience out there already?
Best Regards,
Alex, SY NO STRESS
AMEL54 #15

On Thursday, August 10, 2017, 1:49:51 AM GMT-4, HALDUN Karagoz halidunk@... [amelyachtowners] wrote:


 

Hi Paul,
I am using a 55kg Spade as the primary anchor for years. Back in 2010, i met Jerome, a fellow Amel owner, who jumped into my boat and said: look i have to pass on some information to you. I learned from him many things that was overlooked at the delivery week. The first thing he said was: get rid of the Wasi and get a 55kg Spade. The windlass is strong enough.
Since than, i have used the Spade in all sorts of anchorages around the world, without a worry.
Cheers, Haldun

Amanin
Amel54#164


---- osterberg.paul.l@... [amelyachtowners] şunu yazdı ----

 

Has anyone fitted a spade anchor on an SM?

We are thinking of buying a Spade Aluminum Anchor as a spare. The 140 model looks as the one to choose if one go for Al. The 160 model is only made in Galvanized steel.

The benefit with Al is of course weight, more easy to manhandle and to deploy from the dingy in the event that it should be necessary.

An other benefit with the Spade as a spare is that you can dismantle the plow from the shank which Make it much easier to stow, and of course it has very good reputation as a modern efficient Anchor almost in class with our current Roccna.

But is has to fit on the bow roller also.

Paul on SY Kerpa SM#259 currently in Newport



Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: ONAN Generator not starting

Craig Briggs
 

Hi Alex,
Sounds like you have found your problem - corroded connections. Rather than spray, you'll want to disconnect all wires, clean them up mechanically (sanding, wire brushing etc.) and reattach.  Can't help with the location of the strap, but it sounds like you may not need parts after all.
Good luck with it,
Craig SN68


---In amelyachtowners@..., <alexramseyer@...> wrote :

Looking at the back of my generator, I saw a whole new world – and it was not really exciting. The contacts to the starter solenoid (I guess it is..) as well as the solenoid down at the bottom of the back of the gen are corroded. I sprayed with contact spray and a day later I hear it clicking and it started again. But only for one time and then it went back to trying to start (initiating starting mechanism for ca. half a second. So I think I have to get rid of that corrosion to get the problem solved. Any best practices from your side are appreciated.

Another disturbing factor was to see one grounding strap tied to the bonding system, but a second one hanging around with no attachment at all (see picture). Can someone tell me where that needs to be attached to?

Thanks, Alex



Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Rudder Anodes USA

eric freedman
 


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: ONAN Generator not starting

mfmcgovern@...
 

Alex,

I too discovered that "whole new world" on the back of the generator a few weeks ago! And I too, had completely corroded ground straps that I have just replaced. I will take some pics and will post them in this thread. I had three (3) ground straps:

1. From the main ground connection on the generator (located on the aft, outboard side of the generator right below the large +12v and -12v battery cable connections) to the engine block using an M10 x 20mm bolt. The -12v cable from the switched "out" side of the negative starter solenoid is also connected to this point on the engine as well as the two (2) other ground straps listed below.

2. From that same engine block point to the M6 threaded stud on the generator mounting pan below the generator.

3. From that same engine block point to the M8 bolt on the outboard side of the Heat Exchanger.

I will take and send pics in a bit.

Mark
SM #440 Cara
Deale, MD USA


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Rudder Anodes USA

Ben and Gayle Super Maramu #347
 

I’ve bought R-5’s at West Marine.  But you do need drill them out a bit for larger SM anode bolt. 

Ben Driver
La Bella Vita
SM #347
6S


On Oct 28, 2017, at 10:11 AM, qmvwv3fna4dth3r32bdwtz3bpy7meopg2s2xlnuq@... [amelyachtowners] <amelyachtowners@...> wrote:

 

Hello!


Does anyone know were to buy rudder Anodes for a SM 2000 in the US?


Oliver

SV JoEmi

SM 2000


Rudder Anodes USA

qmvwv3fna4dth3r32bdwtz3bpy7meopg2s2xlnuq@...
 

Hello!


Does anyone know were to buy rudder Anodes for a SM 2000 in the US?


Oliver

SV JoEmi

SM 2000


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: ONAN Generator not starting

Alex Ramseyer <alexramseyer@...>
 



Looking at the back of my generator, I saw a whole new world – and it was not really exciting. The contacts to the starter solenoid (I guess it is..) as well as the solenoid down at the bottom of the back of the gen are corroded. I sprayed with contact spray and a day later I hear it clicking and it started again. But only for one time and then it went back to trying to start (initiating starting mechanism for ca. half a second. So I think I have to get rid of that corrosion to get the problem solved. Any best practices from your side are appreciated.

Another disturbing factor was to see one grounding strap tied to the bonding system, but a second one hanging around with no attachment at all (see picture). Can someone tell me where that needs to be attached to?

Thanks, Alex


On Saturday, October 28, 2017, 9:37:21 AM GMT-4, mfmcgovern@... [amelyachtowners] wrote:


 

Hanspeter,

I'm not sure if your commentary was directed at me or not but it seems that it was so I will respond. The following question was asked by a forum member:

"Is it likely (or even possible?) that the battery could start the main engine but NOT the generator?"

Given that I have experienced THAT EXACT SCENARIO in my SM I answered their question. Now every Amel owner who reads this thread will know that this scenario is possible and it might help them resolve their problem. And that, in my mind at least, is what this forum is all about. Amel owners helping other Amel owners solve problems so they can spend more time enjoying their boats, travel, and travelling companions. I will continue to answer questions and contribute in this way where I can and when i can to try to give back to this forum that has given me so much.

Regards,
Mark
SM 440 Cara
Deale, MD USA


Re: ONAN Generator not starting

mfmcgovern@...
 

Hanspeter,

I'm not sure if your commentary was directed at me or not but it seems that it was so I will respond. The following question was asked by a forum member:

"Is it likely (or even possible?) that the battery could start the main engine but NOT the generator?"

Given that I have experienced THAT EXACT SCENARIO in my SM I answered their question. Now every Amel owner who reads this thread will know that this scenario is possible and it might help them resolve their problem. And that, in my mind at least, is what this forum is all about. Amel owners helping other Amel owners solve problems so they can spend more time enjoying their boats, travel, and travelling companions. I will continue to answer questions and contribute in this way where I can and when i can to try to give back to this forum that has given me so much.

Regards,
Mark
SM 440 Cara
Deale, MD USA


Re: [Amel Yacht Owners] Re: ONAN Generator not starting

Craig Briggs
 

Greetings Alex,
It sounds like you have identified the problem since you are now getting parts. What was the problem and what parts do you need? 
Cheers, Craig


---In amelyachtowners@..., <alexramseyer@...> wrote :

Dear Amelians, thank you all for your great input. I'm working on it and will have to find parts needed here in Grenada. Will let you know how I progress..
Cheers, Alex