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Old 11-29-2018, 03:13 PM   #1
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GB 42 Classic

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I am mostly enjoying getting to understand the operation of the GB 42. Its a 1978 Classic that has been upgraded in many features and I am struggling to learn the boat. For example, where is the HVAC filtration hidden and what is the maintenance protocol for the compressors and the supply and return venting system? I look forward to additional discussions on travel and adventure while cruising.
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Congrats on your new boat and welcome aboard. Usually the A/C filters are on the return intake of the unit itself. Most just have a foam filter that you can vacuum or wash out. Other than that not much maintenance to them. We did run Barnacle Buster throuh ours last year to clean out the water cooling side.
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