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S&S Swan Maintenance - S&S 41 Original electric panel white switches
06 October 2020 - 14:19
#1
Join Date: 02 February 2013
Posts: 25

S&S 41 Original electric panel white switches

Dear fellow S&S Swan owners,

I hope this message finds you all wll in these testing times of pandemy.

I am about to tackle the task of upgrading my electric panel on Maje.

I will for sure come with more questions but for now i was wondering if anyone could advise where to find the original white switches, as i'd like to keep the original look as much as possible (on the front)?

Many thanks in advance,

Best

Matt (Maje)

06 October 2020 - 14:29
#2
Join Date: 29 January 2007
Posts: 822

Dear Matt,

yes they are available (as you can see in the attached pic I upgraded my own electrical panel and bought all brand new switches).

In italy you can find them with Reba (rebadigarbarino.com). I think you can order online.

Fair winds!

matteo (47/069 Vanessa)

06 October 2020 - 14:59
#3
Join Date: 02 February 2013
Posts: 25

Dear Matt,

yes they are available (as you can see in the attached pic I upgraded my own electrical panel and bought all brand new switches).

In italy you can find them with Reba (rebadigarbarino.com). I think you can order online.

Fair winds!

matteo (47/069 Vanessa)

Dear Matteo,

Superb! Your panel (and Vanessa absolutely) looks really great

Many thanks for your quick answer as always.

Warm regards

Matt

06 October 2020 - 15:19
#4
Join Date: 02 February 2013
Posts: 25

Dear Matteo, would you happen to have (some of) the reference numbers for the white switches you ordered? I tried to find the reba ones but could not access their site so i will need to look for them on other merchant sites i guess? Thank you!

Best,
Matt

06 October 2020 - 19:17
#5
Join Date: 29 January 2007
Posts: 822

Dear Matt,

from 60053 to 60060 (with white lever), please see attached page of their catalogue.

Fair winds!

matteo (47/069 Vanessa)

07 October 2020 - 06:34
#6
Join Date: 02 February 2013
Posts: 25

Fantastic. Thanks a lot Matteo!

Fair winds,

Matt (Maje)

07 October 2020 - 07:17
#7
Join Date: 20 July 2017
Posts: 24

Good morning Matt,

I believe The Professor mentioned in his great and very detailed  publication  "Original Swan" that the circui breakers were originally made by Heinemann (item 48 of the checklist).

Obviously there are others that look very much the same, like the ones Matteo recommended, and I believe the ones from Carling are very similar, too.

You can still get the Heinemann breakers, I believe they are now part of Eaton:

https://www.eaton.com/us/en-us/catalog/hydraulic-magnetic-circuit-breakers/amr-series.html

All the best for you project,

Fair winds,

Stefan

Kairos - 57/043

 

 

 

 

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