Fairline Sedan 36 Holding tank intallation

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ronsams
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Location: Fairline Sedan 36

Fairline Sedan 36 Holding tank intallation

Post by ronsams » Sat Feb 07, 2009 10:32 am

I have recently bought a Sedan 36 and wish to fit a holding tank for black water. Has anyone done this info would be much appreciated.

David Norman
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Location: Fairline 36 Sedan

Post by David Norman » Sat Feb 28, 2009 2:36 pm

I would contact Tek tanks http://www.tek-tanks.com/

They should be able to build you one and advise about the pipework.

PJCJ
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Location: Fairline 36 Sedan

Post by PJCJ » Mon Mar 02, 2009 3:23 pm

We are also looking at fitting a holding tank having just relocated from the South coast to the Broads. Under the guest cabin beds looks favourite and Vetus sell an all in one with macerator that will just about fit.

I'll let you know what we finish up with shortly.

Phil
Boating - entered into by the wealthy then enjoyed by the poor.

simonbdobson
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Location: 36 Sedan

Sedan 36 Black Water Holding tanks & other little projec

Post by simonbdobson » Sun Nov 13, 2011 9:06 am

Hi all,

new to Fairline and new to the Forum.

We just bought Sami, a 36 Sedan, 1991 vintage, and have moved her to Dover.

Quite a few projects spring to mind - I will want to fit a black water tank to her soon, and any advice or success stories (or the other kind) would be most welcome.

Other issues -
Cetrek 727 gyro not working
Can't release the pins on the flybridge helm seat, and can't get my legs in!
Can't find the relay that operates the engine stop solenoid (TAMD61A)

any comments or guidance most welcome
cheers
Simon
Simon & Jane Dobson

superheat6k
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Location: Fairline Turbo 36
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Manual for TAMD61

Post by superheat6k » Sun Nov 20, 2011 7:52 pm

If you go to this website you will find the workshop manual, and most of the parts lists.

http://www.motoren.ath.cx/

Also the electical handbook is excellent.

The stop solenoid on my TAMD60C is on the stbd side of the engines just back from the injection pump and below the fual filters. The relays are on the opposite side fwd end under a metal cover

My experience of Cetrek instruments is best to use them as sea anchors and fit some decent stuff !
Failed Yachtie !!!

Skipper Gorm
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Location: Fairline 36 Turbo

Post by Skipper Gorm » Fri Dec 16, 2011 4:13 pm

My 36 Turbo has a 125 litres blackwater tank under the galleyfloor. The floor is opened, the skinfitting to the toilet i moved further foreward, and a tank i fitted there.

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