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Old 18 September 2011, 04:32   #11
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FYI if you ever need any spare dials or panels (as shown in your photo) I have all of them in stock (brand new) and very cheap.
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Old 19 September 2011, 09:53   #12
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Old 19 September 2011, 16:57   #13
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I have the same panel and don't know either.

I am guessing starting from the top anti-clockwise:

Glowplugs
Battery charge
Oil pressure?
Fuel filter drain
Seawater?
Water pressure?
Overheat
Neutral

Can someone please correct this?
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Old 21 September 2011, 04:42   #14
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There is nothing in the manual either?
You would have thought Yamaha would publish something wouldnt you?
Even to download a manual costs money, from 3rd party sources-Yamaha dont even publish their own manuals on-line. A practice I find very common with some Japanese companies these days.
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Old 21 September 2011, 05:26   #15
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Hi Brian. Yeah you'd think so wouldn't you? I'm even getting to the stage where I'd be quite happy to buy one from a 3rd party. That's where my next problem starts! For the past 9 months I can't find anywhere I can download it from. Any ideas would be appreciated?
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Old 21 September 2011, 05:38   #16
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Kubcat is about right. There's not much more to know about that panel. If something is up it'll tell you

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Old 21 September 2011, 10:51   #17
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My guess, with reasoning:

I'll second the glowplugs, battery, temp & Neutral selected.

As for the bottom four:
I guess the two almost identical ones bottom right are pressure & level, (one with the arrows being pressure) The "oil drop with arrows" second up on the left I guess is also pressure, but what?

Taking a slight tangent, the "oil drop with arrows" could be fuel pressure, meaning the "wavy" ones on the right could be oil - makes sense to know if it's both at pressure & enough of it? The fact the two wavys are clustered combined with Kubcat's guess at fuel filter drain would put the two fuel ones together bottom left, oil bottom right, pressure on the same row. It kind of makes sense to my brain.

Coolant (or lack thereof) would show up on the temp light.


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There's no fuel pressure. One is over heat and one is low water pressure. If you run it up on muffs or pick up a bag it comes on and the alarm sounds. More or less what kubcat said

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What would make my Water Pressure light flash intermittently?
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