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Old 01-17-2022, 12:10 AM   #1
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Hello and thanks for the add. I'm a Master Electrician from Vt wintering in the Bay Area California. Getting geared up to get ABYC Certified as a Marine Electrician. OUPV and 25 Ton Master pending. Have a crab boat Capt ask me to look at cruise generator on his 54' trawler. Am new to marine systems and having a hard time finding any info on this unit. It's a Palmer 20-3p-18 type BRR 66A 220V 25kva belt driven off main engine. Trawler built in 1976.......anyone have any idea where I might find info or diagrams for this unit?
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Welcome aboard. We do need more certified marine electricians, there seems to be a shortage. Donít know anything about that unit.
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Try these guys.... they did my gen a couple years back and are highly recommended along the East Coast.

https://browardarmature.com/

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Marine boat generators, AC / DC motors, pumps and bow thruster repair, rewind, reconditioning and remanufacturing for all types.
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Thank you! Called and they were very helpful!
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