Recent content by mkrokidas

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    Refrigeration lines

    You need to check with the manufacturer of the refrigeration unit in question. On many refrigeration (not air conditioning) systems the hot high pressure liquid line going to the evaporator is mechanically attached to the cool suction line which travels back to the compressor in what is called a...
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    Does your boat have BO?

    Yes the guy that does it for a living is well aware of all that. This is why you don't just sit in front of this puppy while it is on huffing the delightful vapors. It is best to turn it on and leave. Returning in a few days has allowed the ozone to dissipate to levels which are not harmful or...
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    Does your boat have BO?

    When I got my boat it had been abandoned and filled with 18" of water for 5 years. After much renovation I still couldn't get the odor out. It was that wonderful blend of mold, sanitary hoses leaking, diesel and everything imaginable that could stink. The real stink to me was that I am 50...
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    1981 H27 Salon Table

    On my 4th year of refitting my Cherubini H27 and have never had a salon table. It was missing when I bought the boat. The only thing there is the block of teak on the bulkhead that the table attaches to. Looking for plans, pictures and ideas. I'm actually thinking of making it from King...
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    Yanmar 1GM Starter

    Dealing with a bad starter on a Yanmar 1GM I find OEM starter for almost $400 or new generic replacement starter on Ebay for $85 with free shipping. Is the generic a bad idea?
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    1981 Hunter 27 Wiring Diagram

    Hi! It's nice to talk to another H27 owner. Right now I'm at Crowley's on the South side at 95th St. trying to come up with a plan to get on the water. I remember sailing a race once up to Waukegan back in the 90's. Really a pretty harbor. You wouldn't know the part #'s or sizes of the...
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    1981 Hunter 27 Wiring Diagram

    I've searched the web with no luck. I just bought a 27 that sat for 4 years with 16" of water in it and the breaker panel is a ball of corrosion. Can't figure size or part numbers for the parts on the panel. Putting the panel right above the floor is a stroke of genius (NOT). If I can get the...