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I bought a Cherubini Hunter 37c with a defective anchor light. On the electrical panel, there are two relevant switches: "Anchor" and "Tri". I was under the impressions that the boat had a tri-color light.

I went up the mast yesterday but I couldn't get high enough to see anything (I'm making some webbing steps right after this, and going up again). Here are the pictures I took:

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Anyone has an idea what model this light would be? Also, is that a tri-color light?! I couldn't find a bulb anywhere, but now I'm thinking there might be a way to open that white/clear plastic cover and find a bulb inside. I tried to move the thing, but I didn't want to break it. Knowing the model perhaps I could find a manual for it.

Thanks!
 

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It's possible the lower/darker section is in fact the red/green lenses that are part of a tricolour, with the white overall anchor light being in the upper section.

You need better access and more time for a careful dissection!
 

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Maybe from Lucas Electric (aka Lucas the prince of darkness)?


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