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Power Technology Seapower belt driven generator

Does anyone out there have a Seapower belt driven system? I have a Sabre 425 with one of these devices mounted on the side of the engine and have been reading the manual. If anyone with one of these could respond I would greatly appreciate any input or feedback about the Seapower unit.
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John Horner
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Re: Power Technology Seapower belt driven generator

John, I realize this is an old posting but I just pulled it up as a search on Power Technology Seapower. I managed to obtain one of these systems and have no operating or maintenance manual. Your posting references a manual. Would it be possible for me to obtain an electronic copy of this manual? Thank you very much, Carl
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Re: Power Technology Seapower belt driven generator

Carl,

Did you find a manual for the seapower unit. I have one for the 5 kw unit. I also have the 5 kw unit for sale if you know anyone that is looking for one.

Yarb
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