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    Default Navigator trolling motor setup

    i have a dual electric motor setup, Marinetech
    a total of 110 # thrust
    both motors are wired to one remote control ..
    only 1 motor turns
    any suggestions ?

    thanks ......

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    Default Re: Navigator trolling motor setup

    On motor that does not run on remote,hot wire it,jumper cables from battery + to motor+ And ground from batt, to ground on engine

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    Default Re: Navigator trolling motor setup

    i hotwired the motor to the battery and it turned.
    on my navigator dual motor setup, there are external fuse blocks on each wire connection to the battery.
    anyone familiar with this type of fuse ?
    the bottom portion of this block appears to be a sealed unit.

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    Default Re: Navigator trolling motor setup

    Quote Originally Posted by modelt View Post
    i hotwired the motor to the battery and it turned.
    on my navigator dual motor setup, there are external fuse blocks on each wire connection to the battery.
    anyone familiar with this type of fuse ?
    the bottom portion of this block appears to be a sealed unit.
    THIS FUSE IS MANUFACTURED BY " COOPER BUSSMAN, called a SHORTSTOP
    its suppose to be re set able, anyone know how to do this ?

    thanks

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