Originally posted by Brian
Worked beautifully that. Until one day some seaweed got caught in the float switch, jamming it permanently open and burned the pump out before draining the battery.
Yup, we're talking about boats.
Now, I've only had my RIB for, oooh about three days now,
but I've looked after a hard boat for a few years and come to the conclusion that sod's law, or Murphy's law, always applies to boats.
I reckon that local conditions apply to these sort of things, so if your area is prone to weed, then contamination is your enemy. But I also have resigned myself to the fact that batteries WILL run flat, and electric motors WILL burn out...
Anyway, the hard boat never sank, so now that I've got a RIB to look after, is should be easier shouldn't it? with those tubes either side... (yeah, something's bound to go wrong!)