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  1. Been looking all over the place for a replacement AC Lockout Slide for my electric panel on 2006, 290 SIg. like on the photo below. I'm missing the Tab, the bar is still there. I purchased this one on Amazon and it works, I had to remove the old Slide, because this one actually uses the breaker screws on the right side of the switches. I would like to use an exact replacement, if it can be found anywhere.... any help would be much appreciated, I like to keep as much of the boat as original as possible. Thank you
  2. Hello everyone, I bought 2014 Chaparral 21 Ski and Fish from Auction. I can not get ignition to turn on. I have some hanging wires on instrument panel and do no know what should be there (module or something else). I am new to boats and tried to search online but can not get any info. Any help would be appreciated.
  3. Hey all- I have a 09' signature 280. It's really weird from time to time, the exterior lights stop working. (The front running lights, the top 2 white lights on the pole, and the back white light on the back of the boat). Every time i tell the marina they say it was just a fuse, but seems like on my boat its just those (at the risk of your mind wondering) those little rubber nipples. And if they are soft, the fuse is not popped (or relay, not sure of the right term here), Like when my radio just stopped the other day, i found the rubber nipple that said stereo on it, and it was hard, so i pre
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