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07-27-2010 10:45 AM
mitiempo What you need to do is turn the anchor light on and put a multimeter on ground and touch the other connections individually to see which combination measures 12 volts.
07-27-2010 01:38 AM
CGMojo
Jeanneau 36i Owners - Need some help!

I have a 2007 Jeanneau SO 36i, hull #146, and we had to pull the mast recently in order to install a radar. When restepping the mast and restoring the wiring at the top of the compression post, we we unable to get the anchor light working again.

Anyone out there with a similar 36i willing to open up the wooden covers at the top of the compression post and take a picture of the connection block for the lights on the mast?

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