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Old 09-06-2005, 01:46 PM   #1
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From day one it has bothered me that I cannot use the acc switches on my 2100SC. Over the Laborday weekend I decided to dig into the wiring a little further. What I found is that the Owner supplement that shows the wiring diagram for a 2100SC is not even close. The diagram shows 14 fuses in a 7x7 block, but when I looked up under the dashboard the block in my boat (purchased in 2004) has only 10 fuses in a 5x5 arrangement. I further found that a red lead labeled "Acc" was not hooked to anything. I am guessing at this point that this lead provides juice to yellow leads on the back side of the accessory switches. Two questions, does anyone have a manual that shows what the wiring diagram for a 2100SC should be and does that manual show a 10 fuse configueration? My next step is to go beat up on Maxum and see what they say, but they have been slow to respond in the past.

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Old 09-07-2005, 12:59 AM   #2
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Sorry can't help with the manual- But all my ACC switches had power to them. I added 2 other 12v outlets and an Amp. Wired right to the switches.
If the boat was closer I give it a look for you.
I seem to remember the fuse block is easy to get to from the cuddy, under the snap in cover on the starboard side and I'm pretty sure that there are more then 10 fuses.
But changes can be on the fly during assembly. Like their current supplier is behind or went out of business.
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Old 09-07-2005, 12:14 PM   #3
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Thanks for the quick reply.. You are correct about access to the fuse block. Its under a snap in the Cuddy. It definitely is a 10 fuse assembly with five on each side. I found one red wire with the label "Acc" just poked up under the vinyl. Up under the dash I found one Yellow lead with the number "9" on it and I am guessing it might be coming off one of the accessory switches since the wiring diagram even though its wrong in the number of fuses shows 9 to be a hot line after the switch. Any idea where I should look for the other Accessory lines that are switched?

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