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06-10-2013 08:11 PM
Re: Electrical Issue

When you turn on the anchor toggle, does the cabin light go on?

Sounds like the cabin light and anchor lights are indeed connected.

06-10-2013 06:59 PM
Re: Electrical Issue

Can't tell for sure but I would suspect the anchor toggle switch. Maybe a wiring 'fix' down stream of the panel. A couple of pictures of the front/back of the panel showing the wiring. Also check at the anchor switch for power. If no power at the switch then the wiring has been altered ( fixed).

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06-09-2013 08:29 PM
Electrical Issue

Need some help with the electrical on C22 1990
My boat has a small circuit breaker panel

It has a master cutoff and toggles for the following:
Cabin, bow, deck, running, anchor, accessory

When I switch on cabin the anchor light turns on (along with the cabin light).
Since they don't share any common wires, I assume the problem is in the panel
Does this sound common to anyone ? I have to say, I don't see a lot of corrosion in the panel. Everything looks clean. Any ideas?

I'm sorry if this is similar to threads that have been answered but I've searched and can't find one.

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