Download it here. The app is searchable in the Google Play Store under Sailboat Owners.
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Let me put it another way. I'm pretty sure that you do not have it fully engaged in that position and it might be doing damage.OK, thanks. I have it *not* on either end of the S slot rather than what the photo shows, and it furls and unfurls just fine. Very confusing. (I found the old Hood Stoway manual online, but it does not mention such a switch.)
Then I take it that you have no manual drive? If that's true, then you best pick up a spare motor and gearbox.So for anybody else who has this question years from now, here is the answer, thanks to Mike Bickford at Campbell’s Boatyard in Oxford, MD. The switch in the lower position allows the furling motor to work in or out. In the upper position, the switch locks the motor to prevent the sail from unfurling or furling (handy with a reef set). The middle position has no effect and is the same as the lower position, but you run the risk of the switch sliding up into the locked position accidentally. To engage the switch, you have to bump the furling motor a tad one way or the other.