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  1. Hi All, I have a 2016 Chaparral 19 H20 Sport boat with the wakeboard tower. It came with a perfect boat cover with snap buttons (see picture), and it fits well under the tower. The cover accidentally torn up, and I want to buy a replacement. Where can I get the original replacement for the boat cover?
  2. Hi All, I have a 2016 Chaparral 19 H20 Sport boat with the wakeboard tower. It came with a perfect boat cover with snap buttons (see picture), and it fits well under the tower. The cover accidentally torn up, and I want to buy a replacement. Where can I get the original replacement for the boat cover?
  3. My batteries are always on a 12Amp ProMarine on-board charger when the boat is in my gara.
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  5. Hi All, I have a 2016 Chaperral H20 19 sport, with the Volvo 225 SSI. I turn on the key, got the beep sound, all inboard devices work. However, when I turn the key to start the engine, the engine won't crank. No sound at all. The gear is in neutral. The fuses are checked and good. I put my finger on the relay, and could feel that the relay is making a very light sound. What could be wrong? Thanks.
  6. Hi All, My Chaparral boat has a 5-pin trailer connector. I learned that the 5-pin is different from 4-pin connector is that when I put the car in reverse, it won't lock the brake of the trailer. The problem is that I have an old RV (2004) that has a 6-pin trailer connector. I have been looking to buy a 6-pin to-5-pin adapter, but could not fine anyone that sells such a thing. They either have 6-pin to 7-pin or 6-pin to 4-pin adapter? 1. Why no-one make 6-pin to 5-pin adapter? 2. Can I use 6-pin to 7-pin adapter, and then have a 7-pin to 5-pin adapter? I hate to use 2 adapters for the connection, but it seems to me that I have no choice? Please advise. Many thanks
  7. Hi All, I have a 2016 Chaparral H20 Sport. In the middle of the floor, it has a tank (pic 1). When I bought it, the salesman was kind of joking, "You can keep your fishes in here". I always think that is the storage area, and keep my "gears" in the tank. But I learned that after a fun day on the lake, a lot of water gets into the tank, especially when I have a heavy load or running fast. Inside the tank, there is a "hole" (pic 2) but does not have around shape so it does not take a plug. 1. Why water get into the tank? 2. Is there a way to pump the water out and how? 3. How do I keep the water from getting inside the tank? Can I just seal the hole permanently? Thanks
  8. The level is low. I think it is a power steering reservoir alright. BTW, I am looking to buy a fish pod holder that can be clamped on the 2" bar. Any recommendation? Thanks all.
  9. Hi All, I hope someone can help me. I have a 2016 H20 boat that has a SX Volvo Panta 225HP engine. Next to the oil filter (red) is a black steel box that has some oil in it (see picture). What is that black box, and what kind of oil should I put into it? Thanks.
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    Hi All, I have a 2016 Chaparral 19 H2O with a Volvo 225 engine. I looked at the oil filter today, thinking about a plan to do an oil change, and discovered a hose with a cap next to the oil filter (please see the attached image, red circle) What is that hose for. Looks like I can detach it from the hook (top) and drop the end of the hose down to the ground so that some fluid inside can be release? Is that a new way (for new engine) to dump out the oil without using an oil pump? Please advice. Thanks
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