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Terry… you have solved two mysteries in one thread. We bought a ‘96 Hunter 42P last Feb in Rio Dulce. We have been restoring it for the past 8 months. The 4” duct is cut off inside the wall to left of blower. The register had been removed and a piece of heavy black rubber was glued over the register opening!!! Next project! . Marty & AnnieOur boat has a vent register just below the upper transom step port side. A four inch duct connects that register to the blower. We've never had a need to use the blower because of our cooler climate.
We have replaced most of the hose, clamps, glasses both water tanks (leaks), had fiberglass waste tank built in Rio Dulce, numerous 12v connections on lights, new 1000w windlass, running lights, tore seized engine down to block, to check rods and pistons. Replaced oil cooler core, idler gear bushing and bolts, installed Raymarine Evolution autopilot and all new canvasWe purchased our 1991 model in 2002. No regrets. Wonderful boat and easy to solo sail. What degree of restoration are you doing? We've kept ours in its original pristine condition.
I use mine to clear fumes trapped and pull some of the heat out after I get back to the slip. Never used it to provide cooler air to the engine. Just had a thought if I reverse the wires (or switch) I can pull cool air from outside while motoring. anyone done that?We've never had a need to use the blower because of our cooler climate.
We came up from Guatemala. Had a heat problem. Old charge controller was getting too hot! The blower duct tube had been cut to exhaust into the wall between the blower and aft cabin. Hot and smelly. If you reverse it, need someplace for it to exhaust. The starboard side aft section of engine compartment opens under the sole of the head and shower to access the plumbing.I use mine to clear fumes trapped and pull some of the heat out after I get back to the slip. Never used it to provide cooler air to the engine. Just had a thought if I reverse the wires (or switch) I can pull cool air from outside while motoring. anyone done that?
Sheesh, Marty. A serious rebuild top to bottom. I've done a few things to our boat, but nothing close to yours. Both original heat pumps still do their thing, but seldom get used. Never during the summer, however a few times during the winter. Edson steering system still solid. Very low hours on both engines; main and Genset.Marty