F36 aft sink drain discharge location

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Re: F36 aft sink drain discharge location

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P-Dogg, I can’t find your amp meter install story anywhere. Any ideas?
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Thanks WayWeGo,
I was looking for the post with photos. When I go to eBay it says page has been removed. Do I have to be a registered user of eBay?
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These are the ones I bought and have yet to install: https://www.ebay.com/itm/171801558847?ul_noapp=true

There are many similar versions that will also be shown on the page I linked to.
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Thanks WayWeGo
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WayWeGo wrote:
Thu Aug 15, 2019 2:04 pm
These are the ones I bought and have yet to install: https://www.ebay.com/itm/171801558847?ul_noapp=true

There are many similar versions that will also be shown on the page I linked to.

I installed one for the generator woks great .
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I wish to install the volt/amp meters. But, it seems like a rats nest behind my panels. Is there a way to mount the electrical panels on a “door” the swings open for easy access.

Finally got the sump/bilge pump installed and working. Tub/shower and sink drain great now. A little more cleanup work left. The discharge is in the middle of the stern close to the water line below the swim platform.
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Jaxtri wrote:
Mon Aug 19, 2019 3:29 pm
Is there a way to mount the electrical panels on a “door” the swings open for easy access.
Probably not, or I would have done it.....

You can protect your woodwork if you gently file the back edges of the panels so that they are not sharp, and apply tape to the edge of the panel each time you take it/them off. That keeps metal from bearing directly on your woodwork as they dangle while you work behind the panel.
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