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    Posted: 26 March 2020 at 00:17
This one should be fairly obvious but I am stuck trying to understand where is the location for all the house devices fuses or breakers? On my previous boats one had blade fuses behind the switches and on another boat blue sea system on/off switches had breakers built into them. This 2008 H320 does not have this. I feel silly asking this question but could someone please help me understand this?

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Do you have a black panel with classic switches or a greyish one with touch buttons ? For the latter I can send you a fuse plan. Which model year is your boat?
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Originally posted by Fendant Fendant wrote:

Do you have a black panel with classic switches or a greyish one with touch buttons ? For the latter I can send you a fuse plan. Which model year is your boat?
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I have black panel with switches. I even took it out to look behind also. No fuses there.


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It should be a Calira Sealine 331 panel. I believe the switches themselves are just circuit breakers with a rating that you can find in this document :

The wood panel opens with hinges on its  left side , no need to remove the electrical panel.
You can open it by removing a little phillip screw inserted in the slot for the locking mechanism of the closet next,to the right, of the electrical panel itself.


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Originally posted by cptgood cptgood wrote:

It should be a Calira Sealine 331 panel. I believe the switches themselves are just circuit breakers with a rating that you can find in this document :

The wood panel opens with hinges on its  left side , no need to remove the electrical panel.
You can open it by removing a little phillip screw inserted in the slot for the locking mechanism of the closet next,to the right, of the electrical panel itself.

Thanks you very much! I did not realize these switches are breakers as well.

p.s. in my boat 2008year, build 085, the panel is not on hinges unfortunately.
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Are you sure? Ermm
have you checked the slot as I wrote before?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote iemand Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 March 2020 at 19:18
you might have a few separate blade fuses e.g. for the heating and for the permanent light at the cabin ceiling. They might be at some "silly" places.

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Originally posted by cptgood cptgood wrote:

Are you sure? Ermm
have you checked the slot as I wrote before?

Fairly sure Smile these pictures is all I have at the moment. They are not best but show there are just screw holes.





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Ah ok...I understood you'd have to remove the very electrical panel from the wood base. Thumbs Up
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Here is a link to a more than ten years old thread. I suppose it gives good answers to some of your questions. Unfortunately, the early 320:s are not equipped with the hinged panel.



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