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Old 06-21-2009
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S2 7.3m

I have an S2 7.3M sailboat.

I have been working on the boat's electrical system and as a precaution I removed the fuses from the fuse panel. Unfortunately, I misplaced the fuses. Can anyone tell me the size (amps) of each fuse and its associated circuit? The fuse panel has five circuits.


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Old 06-24-2009
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I am assuming you have the 12 volt control panel, but some 7.3 M came with a 110-115 volt AC pane. The PO of my boat had 20 amp fuses for all of the circuits, but as all of the switches on the pannel are rated at 15 amp (you should be able to see this on the back), I would go back with a 15 amp buss fuse. I have my original owners manual and can send you a copy if you like (just PM me with an email)
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Don't know for sure on the 7.3, but on my S2 27, here's the list of fuse amperages that were OEM for the boat. I suspect the fuses must be similar on the 7.3...certainly not higher amps.

Nav lights -- 10 amp
Running lights -- 5 amp
Anchor light -- 5 amp
Cabin lights -- 10 amp
Fore deck light -- 5 amp
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