[Public-List] Battery Tray?
Jonathan Bresler via Public-List
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Fri Jul 21 09:22:33 PDT 2017
Thank you m, Mike. Shop vac sounds good.
Did a bit more poking around. There is a hole towards the aft end of the
forward battery tray. Using a wooden dowel to measure the distance, it
appears that there is just over 6" from the inside surface of the tray to
the top of the bilge! At the forward end of the forward battery tray, it's
less than 1/2". There's some space under those trays.
Have not ripped out the floor of the cabin. How are the trays attached
On Fri, Jul 21, 2017 at 11:56 AM Mike Lehman <mlehman at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would use a shop vac instead of a coat hanger...you can access under the
> battery boxes from the bilge under the engine
> On Jul 21, 2017 11:44 AM, "Jonathan Bresler via Public-List" <
> public-list at lists.alberg30.org> wrote:
>> As a follow on to the question regarding one 12v or two 6v batteries.
>> There is a tray in which the batteries sit. Appears that the tray is a
>> raised above the floor of the bilge. Tried to poke my finger in there
>> between the tray and the bilge floor and between the side to side vertical
>> divider between the forward and aft battery compartments and the battery
>> tray. No luck either way. The battery tray has a hole, about 1"
>> at the forward end, perhaps the aft end as well, that would allow the
>> battery to drain into the bilge.
>> Is the bilge supposed to drain under/around the battery tray or through
>> it? Wondering if I need to get a wire coat hanger, unbend it, and try to
>> fish out the material that has accumulated down there over the years.
>> Jonathan M Bresler
>> S/V Constance Alberg 30 #262
>> Annapolis/Eastport MD
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Jonathan M Bresler
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