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Old 01-22-2019, 11:47 PM   #1
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Hi to the Group. I am a new member so sorry if I have posed in the wrong section. I am trying to find replacement Toggle switches for a 2004 1900SR. My Blower and Anchor switches have both fallen apart and now it seems my Ignition switch is failing.

I think I can find an ignition barrel reasonably easy but the other switches I would like to keep with the matching style. Has anyone found a supplier that might stock the parts? I am in Australia but happy to pay the shipping costs.
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Old 01-23-2019, 12:54 AM   #2
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Welcome aboard.

Not knowing what your switches look like I suggest googeling for marine toggle switches or try Great Lakes skipper, Defender, Fisheries, West Marine, ...

Being a 15 year oldboat you may not find an exact match.
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Old 01-23-2019, 01:41 AM   #3
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Thanks Mike,
I will load a photo but I think I may have found it on the FP Marine site as it seems the SeaRay may have used the same switches. https://www.searay-parts.com/OFF-ON-.../lt-25x1-1.htm. It is a Carling brand toggle switch.
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there is a thread on this site with web links that I used last year. Use the search hot button and look for switch repair or replace.
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I would replace them all. That way they will match and stop falling apart.
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Old 01-23-2019, 07:07 PM   #6
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Thanks all,
I did try to post a photo but for some reason it didn’t work. Anyway it seems they are a Carling switch but the distributors in Australia are not responding to me yet. I did however find the switch on FP Marine or Searay-parts.com and they seem to have all colours and types available.

https://www.searay-parts.com/Lighted...itch-s/121.htm

Seems some of the Sea Ray parts were also used on the Maxum so problem solved thank you all.
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When it comes to boats a lot of the parts are used by different manufactures .... Even if they look different, they serve the same purpose.. like I said earlier, just change them all and be done with it.
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Other than the hull and seating all other components are from third party suppliers; Mercruiser, Perko, Whale, ...

Also Maxum and Sea Ray were both owned by Brunswick so Im sure keeping common suppliers was a business decision to save. BTY Bayliner and Grady are also owned by Brunswick.
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