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    Air conditioner drain sump on 2000 3055 Ciera cruiser-gctid397744

    I need help!! Does anyone know where the fuse or breaker is for the a/c drain sump, located under the forward berth? I cannot find it anywhere, the owners manual is no help. I have checked the main breaker panel to no avail, traced the wire as far as it is accessable. Thanks......

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    On our 2004 305 Bayliner shows the Air Conditioning sump powered by a 10 Amp fuse off the Port Engine battery switch connection B1.

    The fuse is labeled "F11" and the cable to the fuse BR-W which I assume is Brown w/White stripe.

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    Are you sure the sump is not getting power ?

    I have seen a number of the float switches fail.
    Jim McNeely
    New Hope a 2004 Bayliner 305 Sunbridge Express Cruiser
    Twin 5.7s with Bravo2 drives
    Brighton, Michigan USA
    MMSI # 367393410

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      #3
      I had this last year on my 3055, the sump wouldnt engage. Spent an hour looking for a fuse or breaker, nothing could be found. I found that the float was shot, went to walmart and grabbed a new one had it good to go in no time. It was great, water overflowed out and filled the compartment below with gallons of nasty stinky water.

      I do belive I remember finding a fuse on the wiring digram for the 3055, but I dont think I actually ever found a fuse on the line?? It was a year ago, forgive my memory lol...

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        #4
        Huh, I've never thought to check this. Is it easy to get to? Pop open the cover in the v-berth to get to it, or somewhere else?

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          #5
          left cover under the bed int he vberth, there is a plate that removes at the bottom. Its under there, 4 screws hold the clear cover on pretty easy to get to it all except wiring going into the bulkhead.

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            #6
            This sounds like a typical shower sump type of arrangement, is that correct?

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              #7
              SwampNut wrote:
              This sounds like a typical shower sump type of arrangement, is that correct?
              More or less, on my 3055 it was a Johnson sump an enclosed container with a float and pump to pump the discharge overboard.
              Rick Grew

              2019 Yamaha EX Jetski

              2004 Past Commodore
              West River Yacht & Cruising Club

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                #8
                SwampNut wrote:
                This sounds like a typical shower sump type of arrangement, is that correct?
                Same thing.
                Jim McNeely
                New Hope a 2004 Bayliner 305 Sunbridge Express Cruiser
                Twin 5.7s with Bravo2 drives
                Brighton, Michigan USA
                MMSI # 367393410

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