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VetChugger
Apr-23-2006 @ 1:50 PM                           Permalink
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It was suggested to a mate of mine that there is an Eberspacher dealer in Lowestoft who also has a website. Anyone any idea as to who this might be?

Trevor

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I have found out that Moonfleet now will do servicing on these. Apart from Panks so far as I can tell there are no other proper agents. Beware fitting automotive units in boats they will not stand up to the high humidity, might seem cheaper but might cost you in the long term.

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  TREVOR  EBER-BASTO are allways advertising on E BAY just type   EBERSPACHER  in the search and you will find them

Regards Roy

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There is actually no difference at all in either Ebo or Webasto furnaces sold for marine usage, the differences are in the arrangement of exhausts and in Webasto, the fuel pump is enclosed in the later marine versions as a nod towards having no exposed nitrile tubing fuel pipes for BSS. As with most things used for leisure marine purposes thier biggest enemy is infrequent use.

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Seath Instruments are/were? agents for Webasto and are situated in Oulton.

"There are old pilots.  There are bold pilots............."

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Nearly one year on and going strong.
It's getting to that time of year when these devices really earn their keep, so maybe a seasonal update is in order.
I'll find time in the next few days to add the info on electrical interconnections during installation.



E/boat Steve

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We had a bit of a leak on the flybridge drain this weekend which fried the electronic timer and rheostat control, thank goodness we were in the marina and were able to use the shore power. Fortunately it is only the timer and it seems to have left the control board in the heater undamaged.

update on cat logic: "Dubito ergo cogito; cogito ergo sum" Rene Des Cat

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I have recently bought a Eberspacher D4 airtronic. I have now completed the installation and after ensuring the batteries are fully charged switched it on, the fuel pump makes the usual banging noise and goes through the start uo cycle but fails to fire up. On investigation no fuel is getting up to the heater. I used the original pick up used by the original heater, this is a 1/4 inch bore and I reduced it down to the required size just before the pump.
Has anyone any ideas how to get the fuel up?

Regards

Alan

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Alan welcome to the site mate.
Im sure some one will be able to help you.

roya

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Alan, first make sure the pipe is clear, blow it back with compressed air from an air horn refill if you have no access to a compressor. These pumps are very sensitive to distance from the tank and don’t like sucking but will pump well upstream so fit it within 1m and as close as possible to tank level. You can make the pump work for its first “bleed” by connecting to the battery with a cheap on off switch & just keep flicking the switch until you get fuel at the furnace. In case you didn't know the pumps are of simple solenoid design and not polarity dependant.

update on cat logic: "Dubito ergo cogito; cogito ergo sum" Rene Des Cat

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