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Main Message Board / Replacement Circuit Breaker Sources
« on: March 24, 2008, 10:01:27 AM »
In a previous post I made reference to replacements for the push/push thermal circuit breakers [ E-T-A models 45-700-SIO-DD ] found in all of the older C34 electrical panels. Having now had to deal with that subject in more detail  :( I can refine that information a little.

For all of the thermal E-T-A circuit breakers of 25 amps and less, the current root part number is 2-5700-iG1-K10-DD, and they are available from Digikey [ ] or Allied Electronics [ ]. All versions run about $18 plus shipping.

Since the current E-T-A series no longer includes a 30 amp variant, a usable replacement that will fit the existing hole, has screw terminals, but does not include the push/push function ( but can still be turned OFF by pulling the shaft outward ) is Tyco Electronics ( P&B to those who remember...) W23 series. The 30 amp version part number is W23-X1A1G-30 and is available from Allied Electronics or Mouser Electronics [ ]. This part is about $20 plus shipping.



A recent purchase of a 160 degree thermostat and gasket from my friendly Kubota dealer revealed one new part number. The thermostat itself is currently still 19203-73010, but the gasket has been changed ( again... ) to 16851-73270.

A good parts guy can eventually cross-reference from any of the original numbers, but the current number makes it a little faster at 4:55 PM on a Friday afternoon!


The thermostat parts numbers can be found here:,3133.0.html, among other threads.  (Stu)

Main Message Board / Adler-Barbour Cold Machine Manual, Pre-1998
« on: February 20, 2008, 10:16:02 AM »
Hi everyone,

Does anyone have one of the "old" Cold Machine user manuals ( pre-1998 ) that they would be willing to scan? The factory ( now Waeco ) has no formal information available on any of the pre-1998 equipment. No joke :(..... My copy went away with the previous boat. Stu and I are trying to troubleshoot a mystery problem with his Cold Machine, and hard data would be very useful.

An electronic copy would be handy to have posted with the other manuals on this site since they are otherwise not available.

Thanks for any help.


Main Message Board / Ron's Windlass Project - Mark I Double Door Version
« on: November 23, 2007, 09:55:40 PM »
Great article, Ron, in this month's Mainsheet describing your windlass installation. I looked for the full version in the Projects section and couldn't find it. Is it lost in the pipeline somewhere??


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