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    Hurricane electrical problem

    gbarbozagbarboza Member Posts: 3 ✭✭
    My Hurricane FD226RE has lost power to all instruments.  The motor start and tilt/trim work but all other electrical don't i.e. gas gauge, depth finder, running lights, tachometer, etc. We changed the master relay and fuses at the battery (two 30 amp, one 5 amp). The two 30 amps were OK but the 5 amp was blown.  Changed all fuses. After all that nothing changed. All items still don't work. What do I do now. Is there a master fuse box or a master circuit breaker and where are they located? 


    • Riloo99Riloo99 USAMember Posts: 2
      'm having the same problem. What was you problem and how did you fix it?
    • britton2kcbritton2kc USAMember Posts: 1
      Same issue on a SD187. All fuses are good, connections appear good. Tried to reset master and still nothing.  Issue is only effecting what goes through the master circuit board on the helm. 
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