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Subject: 23 Cruiser dash switches


Author:
Mike Thompson
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Date Posted: 10:30:13 12/05/2010 Wed

Hi,

I wonder if anyone can clear up some confusion over the dash switches on my 23. There are 3 pull-type switches and when I bought the boat two of these were broken. The nav, steaming & stern lights were all connected to the third one.
The Seamaster 23/27 diagram published on this website only shows two switches, with the nav lights on one and the steaming/stern lights on the other.
I have replaced all the switches and would now like to put the wiring back to standard so can anyone confirm that the nav lights should be on a separate switch and what is the third switch used for?
Also looking from left to right what would have been the original function order.

Thanks in anticipation,
Mike.

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