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yanmar cockpit panel.

My new to me Santana 30 has a yanmar diesel in it. The panel with the tach and key has the film with the writing on it peeling off. Where can I replace that?
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I see Panel Visor advertised in Good Old Boat magazine. Might give them a try. PortVisor rain shields for opening portholes ~ from Seaworthy Goods

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check out Mack Boring & Parts Company - The Power Behind The Power or Sailboat Hardware, Sailboat Engine Parts and Boating Supplies - Torresen Marine - The Sailboat Specialist for new or other info. I Have always found both very helpful. For used try EBay. There are several different sizes available that would work.

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My panel is recessed and is partially shielded by clear plastic.
Looks like the port visor would have the same effect if retro fitted.
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I researched a bit and emailed someone that deals in Yanmar parts (I have the same model). I was told that you have to buy the complete panel, including the circuit board, and the cost is around $108. A shame that you cannot buy just the template. Mine has peeled off and that is all I needed.

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I researched a bit and emailed someone that deals in Yanmar parts (I have the same model). I was told that you have to buy the complete panel, including the circuit board, and the cost is around $108. A shame that you cannot buy just the template. Mine has peeled off and that is all I needed.


I found a local place that has it for $105. He told me it was merely the entire plastic front, not the electronics. He could be wrong. I'll probably get it and the plastic protection cover also listed above.

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Just replaced my panel. It was 105 for the panel. It's only the panel. No electronics. I had to swap all my old stuff.
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I think I've crossed some threshold of boat ownership regarding costs. I saw the picture of the new plastic panel and the price and thought "A hundred bucks? Not bad". Looks nice though.

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When I installed my Yanmar 2GM, I recessed my control panel and put a clear plastic door over the recessed panel. The control panel looks new (it is 19 years old now), I've changed the clear plastic door twice, for cheap.
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My panel was cracked when I bought the boat so I cut a piece of 3/16" aluminum to fit including the holes for gauges etc. and just placed it over top.
Looks OK and is very strong and cost just my time.
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