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Macerator Pump Switch 16 Jul 2017 15:23 #1

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Hello Everyone,

I need to replace my macerator rocker momentary switches as one of the pins has broken off the back. I am having a hard time finding this part, has anyone sourced these out. They are the little black rocker switches, states they are 10 amps each and have two pins on the back.

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Macerator Pump Switch 16 Jul 2017 15:58 #2

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A picture of the switch would really help. The switches have varied over the years so the information you provided is great, but doesn't get me there with the appearance part. On my boat, it's a simple push button.

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Macerator Pump Switch 17 Jul 2017 00:39 #3

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I have a 1996 3587 with two pumps using the 4 momentary switches to turn them on. All these switches are in the electronics cupboard. I have attached two pictures.

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Macerator Pump Switch 17 Jul 2017 01:03 #4

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Google "spring loaded carling switch"
Hope it solves the search

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Macerator Pump Switch 17 Jul 2017 01:34 #5

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Solved, found Bayliner originals at Great Lake Skipper

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Macerator Pump Switch 17 Jul 2017 02:11 #6

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I've found replacement rocker switches at RV supply stores.

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It turns out I just worked on a panel like that for a friend. You can eliminate one of the switches if you choose. They are wired in series to make it so you really have to want to operate the pump. The female wire connectors on his were all broken in such a way that it was difficult to see. I replaced the connectors and it was good to go. We were in an area of Canada where pump outs are few and far.
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1972 Chevrolet Nova Frame off Resto-mod in the garage
Boating on the Salish Sea since 1948
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