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View the latest post Charles IcoBoost

My circuit board diode is fried after a power surge. Does anyone know where I can buy one the board or have this one repaired. IcoBoost 50. Numbers on the board. 81-001879-A REV, 75-00127-B REV. A, 473637 0603 COS, 48301A. OR BUY A GOOD USED MODEL 93-ISOBOOST50-A. Thanks in advance. Larry

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View the latest post Rain water pooling in battery switch panel box

Recently purchased a 2000 Carver 350 Mariner that had an unresolved water leak that I’m trying to correct. The leak appears to pool in the bottom shelf of the battery switch box. I will post pics of the water damage to help visualize the issue. There is also rust appearing on the white speaker cover that is located above the switch box which makes me think it’s coming from somewhere above and dripping down. Hoping someone has already faced this mystery leak and has a solution for me. Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.

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View the latest post Air Con Replacement on 2005 Carver 33 SS

Salutations to all Carver owners,

I am the original owner of a 2005 33 SS. Air Con unit is still working quite well but I have often wondered how long it can last. Though I have owned this boat for a long time I still don't know how the AC unit is replaced/accessed for replacement.

Anyone know?


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View the latest post Attachment(s) I am about to buy a 1996 Carver Santego 380 - Please help

I understand this model is a cored hull correct ? CDRR6037C696

I attached an image of a hull blister should this be a deal breaker ? I will be using this boat on a lake with max waves of 2'

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View the latest post Custom Carver Boat Mattress, Coverlet and Shams for Sale

Custom Mattress made by “Sea Swag” fits aft cabin Carver Motor Yachts 1993-2003 390/400/404 and 1995-2003 355/356 models.
Stock dimensions of approximately 56” x 74” with a medium/firm 4” Talalay latex base, 2” topper and a zippered high loft quilted bamboo antimicrobial cover.
Includes a custom fitted coverlet with a tailored hem that covers the sides and includes matching pillow shams made from Sunbrella Acrylic material in Canvas Heather Beige.
Used only two seasons, cost was almost $2000. I need space! Available now for $900. I can deliver within 200KM of Barrie, Ontario.




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View the latest post Howdy from Kemah, Texas

We purchased a 1995 Carver 440 about a month ago and are getting it ready for the Great Loop. So much to do and learn I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed! I'm fairly handy but haven't done much with boats yet. Several issues were found during the survey but the boat is in good shape considering it's a 1995. Looking forward to being here and will try to avoid asking really dumb questions.

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View the latest post Attachment(s) THE annual event

The only thing different this year than last is the aches and pains are worse. #m Perfectit wax, and it took well. 1994 390, and at 30 years old still shines nicely!

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View the latest post Attachment(s) Replacing Head Fan - removing dual drawer slide

Our head fan failed last year. It shorts out and trips the breaker. I think access wise, the head fan is behind this drawer. I can't see another way to access the area where the head fan exhaust is.


Normal drawer tabs would have a release. I guess there would be some here too. Any tricks to getting the drawers to release with the limited access?

Are there other ways to replace the head fan? What have people used as replacement?


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View the latest post New to Carver

Purchased a 2004 Carver 360 Marnier last fall. New to boating. Looking forward to learning from this forum

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View the latest post Attachment(s) Mounting new Fireboy 375 CU FT fire suppression system

It was time to replace the original Halon horizontal Fireboy in the engine room on my 1994 390CPMY. However, no more halon, so it is some FK-5-1-12. It is longer and heavier, so there is no way it will fit against the forward bulkhead horizontally. It does say mouth vertically anyway. I have room in front to the port engine (454 Gas) that will allow it to go vertically. However, it would need to go into the outer stringer. I know they are all fiberglass. I was thinking of a 3/4” PT plywood, with 5200 behind it to anchor it against the stringer. It would be mounted right where the documentation number plate is in photo 2. Then use lag bolts to go through the plywood and stringer. Thoughts? Advice?

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