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Old 03-22-2010, 07:59 PM   #1
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I have a 2004 3300 SE , there are two fuse blocks located in the pilot house area under the dash board behind the access hole , both of them are corroding I think this is happening because there is salt water getting into the dash board area ??
when I bring the boat up in speed water comes out the bottom of the dash onto the deck and needs to travel over" on top" of these fuse blocks !

has anyone had a simular problem?

I was told that these fuse blocks are automotive type 14 connection made by Cooper electric???

Can some one help in trying to ID these items!
I can not get any response from Maxum technical department
Maybe some one has a contact name and number at Brunswick corp and I can get a little help from them!

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Old 03-22-2010, 08:05 PM   #2
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i've listed the number to maxum support...but if your not getting any response there ...contact Jim at Lakeunion searay in Everett, wa...425-347-6000..ask for jim



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can you send Maxum support number? maybe I have a bad number !!!

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Old 03-22-2010, 10:04 PM   #4
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maxum has sent me a letter concerning the closing of Olympic boats here in the west coast of the USA.....Maxum is still being supported by US Marine and any Maxum/Mercury/Mercruiser dealer can service our boats...
For Dealer locations...please go too www.maxumboats.com or www.mercurymarine.com

you can also call during business hrs...1-800-950-3808 option 1. ...or for Mercury product protection corp. 1-888-427-5373

if you need to speak to a maxum customer service..please call 360-435-8957
or email them at boathelp@usmboats.com

Please know that Maxum is still very much concerned with supporting maxum boats....

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Find the water source first......is it coming from the speedometer??
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Old 03-29-2010, 08:20 PM   #6
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intresting point , I removed the speedometer , after purchasing the boat and installed a fuel flow gauge into the dash hole, I think I just removed the hose and did not close it at the gauge end as i beleive the speedomter is a vacuum gauge??

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