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    Default heater switch

    i'm doing a heater install and i wanted to buy a switch that sc uses if you get it installed factory. order it from a dealer or over the net?? since i have no current dealer... anyone satisfied with their dealer please give me a name and number to order parts thru.
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    Call Atlanta Marine & ask for Heidi. She will hook you up.

    678-482-6499

    http://www.atlantamarine.com/

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    Mike , parts manager at silver lake, NY just ordered me one for pick up on the 21st.

    He could probably send you mine and then replace mine in that couple weeks.

    Phone: 585.237.5185
    its in western NY

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    ok thanks guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by gus 08 mobius lsv View Post
    ok thanks guys
    anyone have the schematics for the factory heater switch??

    I thinking of using this if i can move my fourth ballast switch to the g111 plate like brain rinse did..

    Is it the same as the ballast switch?



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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvotto View Post
    anyone have the schematics for the factory heater switch??

    I thinking of using this if i can move my fourth ballast switch to the g111 plate like brain rinse did..

    Is it the same as the ballast switch?



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    Joe,

    See post #16 on this thread:

    https://forum.moomba.com/showthread....+switch+wiring

    Might help you with GI light switch issue as well.

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    Al, Thanks i was looking for that thread last night and forgot wher it was. I wsh we had like a favorite tab on this site....
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    Al, the heater switch i have is different than the ballast. I did a test and found the flowwing for those that have one on my bench.

    looking at the back of the switch( sorry i suck at ms paint brush) 1 to 4 right /left column

    Position 1 right column negative
    Position 2 left column Low
    position 3 left cloumn postive
    position 4 left column high




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    JV - you have a granite topped workbench?!?!?

    high class, baby. high class.

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    ^ Ha! I wouldn't recommend using a hammer on that pretty work bench!

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