190 Sport

190 Sport
Owner’s Manual
190 Sport
Manual Part Number: MRP 2064033
Welcome
Congratulations on becoming the new owner of
a Sea Ray® Boat, the world’s most prestigious
manufacturer of boats. We welcome you into our
worldwide and ever-expanding family of boating
enthusiasts.
This Owner’s Information Packet will provide
important information about features of your boat
and should be kept on board your Sea Ray®.
For years of trouble-free boating, take the time to
carefully review the information in this package
and really get to know your boat. Have everyone
who will operate your boat read the Owner’s
Manual.
The Owner’s Information Packet contains the
following:
•
Sea Ray® Owner’s Manual
The Sea Ray Owner’s Manual contains important
operating and safety information, as well as
reminding you about your responsibilities as a boat
owner/operator.
•
Model Specific Owner’s Manual
The Model Specific manual contains information
specific to your model.
•
Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)
Information
The OEM Information of your Owner’s Information
Packet contains information provided by the
individual systems manufacturers of equipment
installed on your boat. Examples include the
engine, engine control and electronics equipment.
Throughout the Owner’s Manual you will be referred
to information provided by manufacturers of specific
systems.
For a complete library of all Sea Ray manuals
including owners, systems, accessories, and
options please visit www.searay.com. There you
will be able to view all Sea Ray manuals and any
items that are not included in this manual.
Because your purchase represents a substantial
investment, we know you will want to take the
necessary measures to protect its value. We
have outlined a program for proper operation,
periodic maintenance and safety inspections. We
urge you to follow these recommendations. If you
have questions which are not fully covered by the
Owner’s Information Package, please consult your
authorized Sea Ray® Boats dealer for assistance.
Thank You For Selecting A Sea Ray®!
Bon Voyage
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Information in this publication is based upon the latest product specifications available at printing. Sea Ray®
Boats, Inc. reserves the right to make changes at any time, without notice, in the colors, equipment, specifications,
materials and prices of all models, or to discontinue models. Should changes in production models be made, Sea
Ray® is not obligated to make similar changes or modifications to models sold prior to the date of such changes.
Printed in the U.S.A. June 2011
© Sea Ray Boats, Inc. • A Brunswick Company
Sea Ray Boats, Inc. 2600 Sea Ray Blvd., Knoxville, TN 37914
Please visit www.searay.com for a complete library of all Sea Ray Owner’s and Accessory Manuals.
Note: Not all accessories shown in pictures or described herein are
standard equipment or even available as options.
Options and features are subject to change without notice.
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Table of Contents
Introduction v
190 Sport® Electrical System
1. This Manual.............................................................. v
2. Your Responsibilities................................................. v
3. Safety/Warning References...................................... v
4. Sources of Information............................................. vi
5. Dealer Responsibilities............................................ vi
6. Warranties................................................................ vi
7. Hull Identification Number (HIN).............................. vi
8. Manufacturer’s Certification..................................... vi
9. Prep, Service, Parts and Repair for Your Boat.........vii
10. International Requirements...................................vii
11. Warranty Information.............................................vii
1. Batteries................................................................. 19
2. Ignition Protection................................................... 21
3. Battery Switch......................................................... 22
4. Battery Selector Switch.......................................... 22
5. DC Power Distribution............................................. 23
6. Fuses and Breakers................................................ 23
7. Permanently Installed Pre-wired Battery Charger.. 24
8. Electrical Schematics............................................. 24
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1. Passenger Locations/Stability................................... 1
2. Load Capacity........................................................... 2
3. Design Category....................................................... 2
4. Safety Label Locations............................................. 3
5. Key to Symbols on Controls and Prints.................... 4
6. Basic Boat Dimensions and Clearances ................. 5
7. Function and Location of Through-Hull Cutouts....... 6
8. Helm, Instrument & Switch Layout............................ 7
9. Deck Layout.............................................................. 9
10. Cleats/Lifting/Storage........................................... 10
11. Navigation and Anchor Lights............................... 11
12. Bilge Layout.......................................................... 12
13. Engines................................................................. 12
14. Fuel System.......................................................... 13
15. Automatic Fire Extinguisher System..................... 16
16. Entertainment System.......................................... 17
17. Canvas.................................................................. 17
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Introduction
1. This Manual
3. Safety/Warning References
The material here and in the rest of the Owner’s
Information Packet:
Explanation of Safety/Warning References
•
Gives you basic safety information;
•
Describes the fundamentals of boat use;
•
Describes the features of your boat;
•
Describes the equipment on your boat;
•
Contains service and maintenance information.
You must learn to safely operate this boat as
well as read, understand and use the information
contained in this package.
What these manuals do not give you is a course in
boating safety, or how to navigate, anchor, or dock
your boat. Operating a power boat safely requires
more skills, knowledge, and awareness than is
necessary for a car or truck.
2. Your Responsibilities
For your safety, the safety of your passengers, other
boaters and people in the water, you must:
•
Take a boating safety course;
•
Get instruction in the safe and proper handling
of your boat;
•
Understand and follow the “Rules of the
Road”;
•
Learn how to navigate;
•
Register:
You must register this boat in the state where it
will be used most frequently, many states require
additional registration when an out-of-state boat
is used within their boundaries.
Contact state boating authorities or any marine
dealer for registration requirements.
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The most important aspect of boating is safety.
Although every effort is made to address the
numerous issues regarding the safe usage of your
boat, it is strongly recommended that you avail
yourself to the training and knowledge available
through boating safety courses, etc.
Safety Precautions
The precautions below appear throughout this
manual and are mounted at key locations throughout
your boat. These precautions must be observed
when operating or servicing your boat. Learn to
recognize the degree of precaution and understand
the explanations of safety prior to reading this
manual. These precautions are not all-inclusive.
Always use common sense in the operation of your
boat.
•
Do not remove or obstruct any safety label.
•
Replace any label which becomes illegible.
Replacement safety labels can be obtained by
calling your dealer.
!
DANGER
DANGER - Immediate hazards which WILL result in severe
personal injury or death if the warning is ignored.
!
WARNING
WARNING - Hazards or unsafe practices which MAY result
in severe personal injury or death if the warning is ignored.
!
CAUTION
CAUTION - Hazards or unsafe practices which could result
in minor injury, product or property damage if the warning is
ignored.
NOTICE
Information which is important to proper operation or
maintenance, but is not hazard related.
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4. Sources of Information
6. Warranties
In North America, contact one of the following for
boating courses:
Your boat comes with several warranties. Each
component and/or system on your boat has its
own warranty that will be found with the specific
information and manual for that component. These
are included with your Owner’s Manual Packet.
The Sea Ray® Express Limited Warranty is on
the warranty information sheet and in this manual.
Please locate and read the individual warranties.
•
U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary
•
U.S. Power Squadron
•
Canadian Power and Sail Squadrons
•
Red Cross
•
State Boating Offices
•
Yacht Club
Contact your dealer or the Boat/U.S. Foundation
at:
1-800-336-2628
Outside of North America, contact your boat dealer
and/or your governmental boating agency for
assistance.
A book that provides a comprehensive background
in boating is Chapman - Piloting, Seamanship
and Small Boat Handling, by Elbert S. Maloney,
published by Hearst Marine.
5. Dealer Responsibilities
7. Hull Identification Number
(HIN)
The “Hull Identification Number”, (Fig. vi.1) will be
located either on the starboard side of the transom,
or on the aft, starboard side of the gunwale, and is
your boat’s most important identifying factor. This
number must be included in all correspondence and
orders. Failure to include it creates delays. Also of
vital importance is the engine serial number and
part number when writing about or ordering parts for
your engine. Refer to the Engine Operator’s Manual
for location of engine serial number and record it
for future reference.
Hull Identification Number Location
(Fig. vi.1)
In addition to a predelivery check and service of the
boat, your dealer is to give you:
•
A description and demonstration of the safety
systems, features, instruments and controls on
your boat;
•
An orientation in the general operation of your
boat;
•
An “In Service Check List” form completed by
you and the dealer after your inspection of the
boat;
•
A review of all warranty information and how to
obtain warranty service;
•
The Owner Information Package.
If you do not receive all of these materials, or have
any questions, contact your dealer.
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HULL
IDENTIFICATION
NUMBER
8. Manufacturer’s Certification
As a boat manufacturer, Sea Ray ® builds their
products to guidelines established under the Federal
Boat Safety Act of 1971. The Act is promulgated by
the United States Coast Guard who has authority to
enforce these laws on boat manufacturers that sell
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products in the United States. Sea Ray® ensures
that all of its products comply with these laws.
The National Marine Manufacturers Association
(NMMA) provides Sea Ray® with a third party
certification. The NMMA is an organization
that represents the marine industry and assists
manufacturers, boat dealers, marinas, repair
yards and component suppliers in areas of
legislation, environmental concerns, marine
business growth and state and federal government
agency interaction. The third party certification
that Sea Ray® participates in, uses the well known
Standards and Recommended Practices of the
American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC).
Sea Ray® Boats participates extensively in the
American Boat and Yacht Council which is a
nonprofit organization that develops and publishes
voluntary standards and recommended practices for
boat and equipment design, construction, service
and repair. We utilize all applicable ABYC standards
in the construction of your Sea Ray® boat.
Finally, Sea Ray® sells their products world wide
and as such must conform to the various rules
and regulations required by other countries. Most
notably, are the ISO standards in Europe which
require the application of the Common European
(CE) mark. This mark, much like the NMMA
certification here in the US, gives you the boat owner
specific information concerning your craft.
To find repair and parts facilities for the equipment
installed on your boat, refer to the section or manual
for that component.
If a problem is not handled to your satisfaction:
1. Discuss any warranty-related problems directly
with the service manager of the dealership
or your sales person. Give the dealer an
opportunity to help the service department
resolve the matter for you.
2. If a problem arises that has not been resolved
to your satisfaction by your dealer, contact Sea
Ray® via the internet at www.searay.com and
the appropriate customer service information
will be provided to you.
10. International Requirements
Depending on your boat’s original destination, the
vessel and its systems may have been constructed
in accordance with standards and specifications
published by various international authorities such
as:
•
Construction Standards for Small Vessels Canada
•
Recreational Craft Directive and applicable ISO
Standards - European Union
•
AS/NZ 3004 Electrical Installations - Australia/
New Zealand
9. Prep, Service, Parts and Repair
for Your Boat
Further information concerning these requirements
may be obtained from your local dealer.
Sea Ray® advises that all rigging, installation, and
prep work on any Sea Ray® product be done by
an authorized dealer at the authorized dealer’s
location.
11. Warranty Information
When your boat needs service, parts or repair, take
it to an authorized Sea Ray® dealer. To find a dealer
in your area contact Sea Ray® via the internet at
www.searay.com (international customers please
visit international.searay.com).
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You will find information regarding the Sea Ray®
warranty following the introduction. A warranty
information card is also included in the owner
information packet. If for some reason this information
is missing, contact your Sea Ray® dealer.
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About Your Limited Warranty
Sea Ray® offers an express Limited Warranty on each new Sea Ray® purchased through an
authorized Sea Ray® dealer. A copy of the Limited Warranty was included in your owner’s manual
package. If for any reason, you did not receive a copy of the Limited Warranty, please contact
your local dealer for a replacement copy. This is a summary of several provisions of the Limited
Warranty. Please read the Limited Warranty, which is the controlling document.
Under the Limited Warranty, Sea Ray® covers: (a) structural fiberglass deck or hull defects which
occur within five (5) years of the date of delivery; (b) parts founds to be defective in factory material
or workmanship within one (1) year of the date of delivery; (c) laminate blisters resulting from
defects in factory material or workmanship for five (5) years on a prorated basis.
Sea Ray®’s obligation under the Limited Warranty is limited to repair or replacement of parts that
are judged defective by Sea Ray® and does not include transportation, haul out, or other expenses.
The foregoing is the sole and exclusive remedy provided by Sea Ray®.
The Limited Warranty does not cover engines, stern drives, controls, propellers, batteries, trailers,
or other equipment or accessories carrying their own individual warranties, nor does the Limited
Warranty cover engines, parts or accessories not installed by Sea Ray®. The Limited Warranty
does not cover cosmetic gel coat finish. Boats used for commercial purpose are excluded from
coverage. See the Sea Ray® Limited Warranty for other exclusions.
SEA RAY® EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS. NEITHER SEA RAY® NOR THE SELLING DEALER SHALL HAVE ANY
RESPONSIBILITY FOR LOSS OF USE OF THE BOAT, LOSS OF TIME, INCONVENIENCE,
COMMERCIAL LOSS OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES.
The unexpired term of the limited warranty may be transferred to a subsequent owner upon the
new owner’s request, except this limited warranty will not transfer to any subsequent owner of
a boat which has been salvaged or resold after declaration of a total loss or a constructive total
loss, i.e., the cost of repair exceeds the value of the boat. The new owner can submit this request,
free of charge, via the searay.com website or through a local authorized Sea Ray Dealer where
processing fees may be applied. Sea Ray reserves the right to reject any warranty transfer request
for a boat that has been damaged, neglected, or otherwise previously excluded from warranty..
Thank you for your decision to buy a Sea Ray®.
The Sea Ray® Limited Warranty is subject to change at any time at Sea Ray’s discretion. The information
contained herein is general information about the Limited Warranty for the owner’s general knowledge, but
does not alter or amend the terms of the Limited Warranty.
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1. Passenger Locations/Stability
!
WARNING
Passenger Locations
(Fig. 1.1)
Wet decks are slippery.
Working deck
(deck area intended for occupation
during anchoring, mooring and
emergency operation only)
You can be seriously injured if you slip and fall.
Wear slip resistant footwear secured to your feet and
hold on to rails or boat structure.
!
accommodation deck
(deck area intended for occupation
during normal operation)
Do not walk on this area
WARNING
Boat motion can be erratic.
You can fall overboard or be injured by hitting
something in or on the boat.
All persons must be in cockpit area or cabin and be
prepared for sudden boat movement.
Use front or bow deck area only during anchoring,
mooring or emergencies.
When persons are on the working deck area, for
anchoring, mooring, or in emergencies, they must
be holding on and be positioned so as to prevent
falling. In bad weather and/or rough water, if it is
essential to be on deck, persons should be closely
tied to cleats, railing stanchions or other securely
fastened boat hardware.
Your boat was manufactured to specific stability
and flotation standards for the capacity shown
on the certification plate. Any increase from the
recommended load capacities will put your boat in
jeopardy of capsizing, swamping and/or sinking.
In Addition:
• Stability may be substantially reduced if equipment
is added above the deck.
• Stability is substantially reduced by loose fluids
or weight within the hull. Keep bilge area as dry
as possible, and close all openings, hatches and
windows in rough weather.
!
WARNING
Distribute passengers and gear as uniformly as
possible from front to rear and left to right.
The manufacturer’s load rating is the maximum
allowed under calm conditions.
Reduce boat loading if weather, water or other
conditions are adverse.
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DANGER
Rotating propellers can injure or kill you.
Shut off engine when persons are in water near
boat, or on swim platform or ladder.
!
WARNING
Rear facing transom seats MUST NOT be used while
engine is running or boat is moving.
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2. Load Capacity
3. Design Category
DANGER
!
Never carry more weight or passengers than indicated
on the certification plate, regardless of weather or
water conditions.
The boat can capsize, swamp or sink.
If present the capacity information plate, located
near the helm indicates maximum weight and
number of persons your boat can handle under calm
sea conditions. Do not exceed the load capacities
stated. The number of people on board must be
reduced if you go out in poor weather and rough
water.
Capacity Plate (international certification)
(Fig. 2.1)
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design
category
N
IMCI
TI
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CE
R
MAXIMUM
NATI ON
ER
AL
IN
T
0609
FI CA T
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Maximum Number
of Passengers
545 kg
Maximum Load
Capacity
The type of capacity plate will vary dependant upon
the local governing authority.
A. United States – The United States Coast Guard
only provides specific numbers for passenger
capacity or cargo weight for recreational vessels
up to 20', (6.1 meters). NMMA provides capacity
for boats under 26' (7.9 meters).
B. Canada – Transport Canada only provides
specific numbers for passenger capacity or
cargo weight for recreational vessels up to
6 meters (19.7').
C. Australia – The Australian Transport Council
provides specific numbers for passenger
capacity and cargo weight for all recreational
vessels.
D. European Union – CE regulations provide
specific information for passenger capacity and
cargo weight for all recreational vessels.
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There are four design categories of boats based
upon their ability to withstand wind and sea or water
conditions:
A. Ocean
Wind speed: above 40 knots (46 mph)
Wave height: above 4 meters (13 feet)
Boat may be used for extended ocean
voyages.
B. Offshore
Maximum wind speed: 40 knots (46 mph)
Maximum wave height: 4 meters (13 feet)
Boat can be used offshore, but not for extended
ocean voyages.
C. Inshore
Maximum wind speed: 27 knots (31 mph)
Maximum wave height: 2 meters (6.5 feet)
Boat use is limited to coastal waters, large bays,
estuaries, lakes and rivers.
D. Sheltered waters
Maximum wind speed: 15 knots (18 mph)
Maximum wave height: 0.5 meters (1.5 feet)
Boat use is limited to small lakes, rivers and
canals.
!
DANGER
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO BOAT IN
SEVERE WEATHER CONDITIONS
DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY CAN OCCUR
GET TO SHORE BEFORE
THE WEATHER TURNS BAD
All Sea Ray® Sport Boats are Design Category C.
The wind speed and wave height specified as the
upper limit for your category of boat does not mean
that you or your passengers can survive if your boat
is exposed to these conditions. It is only the most
experienced operators and crew that may be able
to operate a boat safely under these conditions.
You must always be aware of weather conditions
and head for port or protected waters in sufficient
time to avoid being caught in high winds and rough
water. Do not take chances!
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4. Safety Label Locations
Safety Label Locations
(Fig. 3.1)
H
A
I
J
B
O
C
D
E
F
G
G
O
N
A
J M
H
K
L
D
M
E
N
BC
F
O
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5. Key to Symbols on Controls
and Prints
These symbols may be found on your controls and
gauges and/or used in this owner’s manual. This
page is to help you understand what the symbols
mean.
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6. Basic Boat Dimensions and Clearances
Boat Dimensions and Clearances
(Fig. 5.1)
(f)
(d)
(G)
(e)
WATERLINE
(C)
KEEL
(A)
(B)
190 Sport® Specifications
Height Dimensions
(A) Overall Length
With Std. Swim Platform.......... 19ft. 8in.
(D) Keel to Top of Windshield...............4ft. 8¾in.
1.44 m
5.99 m
(E) Waterline to Top of Windshield........3ft. 3½in.
1.00 m
(B) Beam (Width)............................ 7ft. 3in.
2.21 m
(F) Overall Height from Waterline.........6ft. 4½in.
1.94 m
(C) Draft (Stern Drive Down).......... 34in.*
86.3 cm*
(G) Overall Height from Stern Drive.....9ft. 3½in.
2.83 m
43.1 cm*
Draft (Stern Drive Up).............. 17in.*
*MINIMUM WATER DEPTH TO PREVENT RUNNING AGROUND
Dry Weight...................................... 5,593 lbs.
2,537 kg.
Fuel Capacity.................................. 26 gal.
98.4 liters
Usable Fuel.................................... 24 gal.
90.8 liters
Dead Rise....................................... 19°
Note - Dimensions can vary depending on load and running conditions.
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7. Function and Location of Through-Hull Cutouts
Starboard Through-Hull Cutouts
(Fig. 6.1)
BILGE PUMP
DRAIN
Transom Through-Hull Cutouts
(Fig. 6.3)
Bilge Through-Hull Cutouts
(Fig. 6.2)
stern eye bolts
(2 each port & stbd)
garboard drain
transducer
(OPTIONAL)
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8. Helm, Instrument & Switch Layout
Helm
(Fig. 7.1)
steering wheel
(removed for clarity)
instrument panel
depth gauge
STBD switch panel
gear shift &
throttle control
stereo remote
adjustable steering
base
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Instrument Panel
(Fig. 8.2)
speedometer
Starboard Switch Panel
(Fig. 8.1)
tower light
switch panel,
(optional)
8
instrument
panel
4/1 gauge,
(fuel, trim, water
temp, fuel)
tachometer
starboard
switch panel
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9. Deck Layout
Deck Layout
(Fig. 9.1)
port/starboard
Combo navigation light
port bow
cleat
starboard bow
cleat
bow
speakers
center bow
cushion
starboard
bow Cushion
port bow
cushion
sirius
antenna
steering wheel
windshield
starboard cleat
cleat
starboard helm
seating
port helm
seat
ski locker
port cockpit
drain
starboard cockpit
drain
aft cockpit seat
(storage under)
all round
navigation light
Sunpad
fuel fill
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aft port
cleat
aft
starboard
cleat
port bilge
vent
starboard
bilge vent
swim platform
Grab handle
ski tow
Swim Ladder
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10. Cleats/Lifting/Storage
Cleats must not be used for lifting the boat; they
are intended for docking or mooring use only.
Cleat Locations
(Fig. 10.1)
= CLEATs
BOW AND STERN EYES: The bow eye must be
used to haul the boat onto a trailer. The stern eyes
must be used as tie down points for trailering the
boat. The bow and stern eyes may be used for short
term lifting of the boat such as for service. Long
term lifting with the bow and stern eyes may cause
stress on the fiberglass and gel coat.
(Fig. 10.2)
STERN EYE
CLEAT
BOW EYE
For long term storage, use flat, wide belt-type
slings and spreaders long enough to keep pressure
from gunwales. With fiberglass boats, severe
gelcoat crazing or more serious hull damage can
occur during launching and hauling if pressure
is created on the gunwales by the slings. Cabletype slings should be avoided. Do not place the
slings where they may lift on underwater fittings.
When lifting the boat always keep the bow higher
than the stern to drain the exhaust lines and to
prevent water from running forward through the
manifold and into the engine where it can become
trapped. It may seem expedient to lift only the stern
when changing a propeller, but this can result
in water entering the engine cylinders, causing
hydrostatic lock and resulting in possible engine
failure. Even a small amount of water in the engine
can cause rust and is to be avoided.
Never hoist the boat with an appreciable amount
of water in the bilge. Fuel and water tanks should
preferably be empty, especially if of large capacity.
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11. Navigation and Anchor Lights
Navigation and Anchor Lights
(Fig. 11.1)
port/stbd combo
nav. light
stern nav. /
anchor light
BULB REPLACEMENT
BULB# ge2641L
12v r 10w
BULB REPLACEMENT
Fuse Type BULB
#12V10WPERKO
Port & starboard Combo
navigation light
stern Navigation/
Anchor light
(removable)
all round
navigation/
Anchor light,
with tower
all round
navigation/
anchor light,
(standard)
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12. Bilge Layout
13. Engines
Bilge Layout
(Fig. 12.1)
A
E
b
F
The engines are the heart of your Sea Ray
Sport Boat. Proper attention to and maintenance
of your engines will assure you of many hours
of pleasurable, safe boating and will prevent
unnecessary engine problems. Sea Ray® strongly
urges you to fully comply with the manual provided by
the engine manufacturer. Follow the recommended
maintenance and warranty schedule in your
Engine Operator’s Manual included in the owner’s
package.
REFER TO THE ENGINE OWNER’S MANUAL FOR
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND WARRANTY
INFORMATION.
c
g
d
The engines are warranted directly by the engine
manufacturer, not by Sea Ray®.
The propulsion systems on Sea Ray Sport Boats
are a conventional stern drive systems.
A transducer, (opt.)
B float switch
C bilge pump
D battery
E Fuel tank
F Blower
G power trim pump
Stern Drive System
A stern drive propulsion system, also known as an
inboard-outboard engine, has the engine inside the
boat secured to the hull's stringers at the rear end of
the hull. The stern drive unit, also called the outdrive,
attaches to the outside of the hull or transom. The
stern drive unit pivots to steer the boat.
Stern Drive (Inboard-Outboard) Engine
(Fig. 12.2)
Engine
Stern drive
(outdrive)
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14. Fuel System
A. Gasoline Fuel System
The gasoline fuel system on your 190SP consists
of a 26 gallon (98.4 liter) fuel tank, fuel tank vent,
anti-siphon valve, engine fuel supply line and fuel
fill. Your vessel contains a new EPA certified fuel
system. The system prevents spit back when filling
the tank and lowers the out gassing emissions
through the tank and vent.
B. Carbon Canister Venting System
Sea Ray Sport Boats are equipped with a carbon
canister. This canister filters all the hydrocarbons
that pass through the canister. If the carbon canister
is mounted in the engine compartment, the canister
will have a heat shield. Periodically check that the
shield has not become damaged.
C. Fuel Vent
Sea Ray Sport Boats are equipped with a fuel
tank vent for each tank which serves as a pressure/
vacuum release. The thru-hull fitting (diesel option)
has a flame arrester, making it imperative that
you keep the screen clean and in excellent repair.
Replace the screen immediately if it becomes
damaged or displaced. Periodically check the vents
to assure that they are not clogged.
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! CAUTION
Never start an engine until you are certain that fuel
fumes are not present in the engine compartment
or elsewhere in the boat.
Fuel Recommendations
The quality of the fuel is very important for satisfactory
engine performance and long engine life. Care
should be taken to select fuels having the octane
rating recommended for the engine, as indicated
in the owner's manual, for proper operation. Fuel
should be clean and free of contamination. Your fuel
tanks should be kept full of fuel whenever possible.
This will reduce the amount of water condensation
and reduce the possibility of contamination.
190 Sport®
When filling the tank, do NOT attempt to top off the
tank. When the fill nozzle shuts off, the tank is full.
Continuing to fill past the fuel fill shut off will cause
the system to spit back.
NOTICE
GASOLINE RECOMMENDATIONS
Minimum octane rating of 87 AKI.
The use of improper gasoline or additives can damage
your fuel system and is considered misuse of the
system. Damage caused by improper gasoline or
additives WILL NOT be covered under warranty.
Ethanol-Blended Fuels
Ethanol is an oxygenated hydrocarbon compound
that has a high octane rating and therefore is
useful in increasing the octane level of unleaded
gasoline.
The fuel-system components of your Mercury
engine(s) have been tested to perform with the
maximum level of ethanol blended gasoline (10%
ethanol) currently allowed by the EPA in the United
States.
Special precautions should be considered with
the use of fuel containing ethanol in your system.
Fuels with ethanol can attack some fuel-system
components, such as tanks and lines, if they are
not made from acceptable ethanol compatible
materials. This can lead to operational problems
or safety issues such as clogged filters, leaks or
engine damage.
Your boat was manufactured, and shipped from the
factory, with ethanol-compatible materials. Before
introducing gasoline with ethanol into your fuel tank,
ask your dealer if any components have been added
or replaced that are not recommended by Sea Ray®,
Mercury or may not be ethanol-compatible.
Filling the tank
It is best to maintain a full tank of fuel when the
engine is not in use. This will reduce air flow in and
out of the tank due to changes in temperature as
well as limiting exposure of the ethanol in the fuel
to humidity and condensation.
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Phase Separation
Storage
Humidity and condensation create water in your
fuel tank which can adversely effect the ethanol
blended fuel. A condition called phase separation
can occur if water is drawn into the fuel beyond the
saturation point. The presence of water in the fuel
beyond the saturation level will cause most of the
ethanol in the fuel to separate from the bulk fuel and
drop to the bottom of the tank, significantly reducing
the level of ethanol in the fuel mixture in the upper
level (phase). If the lower level (phase), consisting of
water and ethanol, is deep enough to reach the fuel
inlet it could be pumped directly to the engine(s) and
cause significant problems. Engine problems can
also result from the reduced ethanol/fuel mixture
left in the upper phase of the tank.
Long periods of storage and/or non-use, common
to boats, create unique problems. When preparing
to store a boat for extended periods, of two months
or more, it is best to completely remove all fuel from
the tank. If it is not possible to remove the fuel,
maintaining a full tank of fuel with a fuel stabilizer
added to provide fuel stability and corrosion
protection is recommended.
Additives
There is no practical additive known that can prevent
or correct phase separation. The only solution is to
keep water from accumulating in the tank.
REFER TO THE ENGINE MANUFACTURER'S
MANUAL IN YOUR OWNER'S MANUAL PACKAGE
F O R C O M P L E T E I N S T RU C T I O N S A N D
WARRANTY INFORMATION.
! CAUTION
The use of fuels containing ethanol higher than 10
present (E-10) can damage your engine and/or fuel
system and will void the warranty.
E-85 FUELS COULD SERIOUSLY DAMAGE YOUR
ENGINES AND MUST NEVER BE USED.
If phase separation does occur, your only remedy is
to drain the fuel, clean and dry the tank completely
and refill with a fresh, dry load of fuel.
Fuel Filters
Mercury already provides the appropriate level
of filtration to protect the engine from debris. The
addition of another in-line filter to the system will
create a possible flow restriction that can starve the
engine(s) of fuel. As a precaution, it is advisable to
carry extra on-engine filters in case filter plugging
from debris in the fuel tank becomes a problem
during boating.
Maintenance
Periodically inspect for the presence of water in the
fuel tank. If any is found, all water must be removed
and the tank completely dried before refilling the
tank with any fuel containing ethanol.
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Fuel System)
(Fig. 15.1)
fuel tank
fill
fuel tank
vent
engine feed
carbon
canister
fuel tank
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15. Automatic Fire Extinguisher
System
Automatic Fire
Extinguisher
( Fig. 16.1)
Your boat may be equipped
with an automatic fire
extinguisher system located
aft of the engine. In the event
of a fire, the heat sensitive
automatic head will release
the extinguishant as a vapor,
totally flooding the area in
fire-killing concentrations.
IF ACTUATION OCCURS,
I M M E D I AT E LY S H U T
D OW N A L L E N G I N E S,
POWERED VENTILATION,
ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
AND EXTINGUISH ALL SMOKING MATERIALS.
DO NOT IMMEDIATELY OPEN THE ENGINE
COMPARTMENT!! THIS FEEDS OXYGEN TO THE
FIRE AND FLASHBACK COULD OCCUR.
Allow the exinguishant to “soak” the compartment
for at least fifteen (15) minutes and for hot metals or
fuels to cool before cautiously inspecting for cause
of fire. Have portable extinguishers at hand and
ready. Do not breathe fumes or vapors caused by
the fire.
A. Gasoline Engine Boats
Automatic Fire Extinguisher Indicator Light
( Fig. 16.2)
AUTOMATIC
EXTINGUISHER SYSTEM
B. Manual Fire Extinguishing System Pull
Handle (if equipped)
Located at the helm, the manual fire extinguisher
system allows the operator to manually activate the
automatic extinguisher in the engine room. Early
detection and use of the manual override system
will reduce fire damage by eliminating the time
necessary for heat in the engine room to rise to a
temperature necessary to activate the automatic
fire extinguisher.
To Operate:
1.
Pull pin securing the handle.
2.
Pull red FIRE handle quickly and briskly.
D. Safety Pin
The safety pin is used on boats equipped with the
Manual Fire Extinguishing System Pull Handle. The
safety pin, located at the neck of the extinguisher
bottle in the engine room is for shipping and transfer
of the bottle only. The pin MUST be removed in
order to manually operate the system.
Manual Fire Extinguishing System
Pull Handle ( Fig. 16.3)
TO MANUALLY ACTIVATE
THE ENGINE ROOM FIRE
EXTINGUISHER:
1. PULL PIN
2. PULL HANDLE
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1. LIGHT ON-UNIT CHARGED
2. LIGHT OFF-UNIT DISCHARGED
3. IF SYSTEM DISCHARGES. SHUT
DOWN ENGINE(S), BLOWERS
AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
The system indicator light is wired to the ignition and
is turned ON when the ignition is turned ON. The
indicator light, located at the helm, indicates to the
helmsman when the unit has discharged. Under
normal circumstances, when the ignition is ON the
charge indicator light is ON. If the unit discharges,
the light will go OFF.
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located at the helm
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Engine Room Fire Extinguisher
( Fig. 17.1)
REMOVE
SAFETY PIN
NOTE: THE MANUAL SYSTEM WILL NOT OPERATE
IF SAFETY PIN IS INSTALLED.
16. Entertainment System
The 12 volt AM/FM radio single CD stereo is located
in the port glove box.
The system includes four (4) weather resistant
marine speakers. The Premier Stereo upgrade
includes an amplifier, power antenna, four (4)
weather resistant marine speakers, a digital remote
control located at the control station, an MP3 device
port and is satellite radio ready.
17. Canvas
The following canvas pieces are available individually
as options:
Sunbrella® Bimini Top w/ Boot
Cockpit and Tonneau Covers w/ storage Bag
Travel/Storage Cover
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190 Sport® Electrical System
The 12 volt direct current (DC) electrical system
(similar to that in your car or truck) derives its power
from the batteries. Batteries are kept charged by
the engine-driven alternator or the optional battery
charger/converter which must be powered by shore
power. The battery voltage is indicated by the
voltmeter on the helm panel (on the SmartCraft™
System Tach) and if equipped with optional
shorepower, on the main distribution panel located
in the cabin. The batteries supply power to the fuses
in the engine compartment, or the circuit breakers
on the main DC breaker panel. This panel contains
the breakers which supply power to the subpanels
and fuse blocks at the control station.
The negative terminal of each bank of batteries
is attached to the negative ground studs of the
propulsion engines. This "negative ground system"
is the approved system for marine DC electrical
systems.
Ask your dealer for a careful analysis of DC power
needs on your boat. It may be necessary to add
batteries or auxiliary charging methods to supply
adequate power for any additional accessories you
wish to install.
! DANGER
DO NOT USE JUMPER CABLES IN THE ENGINE
COMPARTMENT.
They can cause an explosion from sparks.
! DANGER
A battery will explode if a flame or spark
ignites the free hydrogen given off during
charging.
Never use an open flame or strike sparks in
the battery area.
1. Batteries
The batteries installed in your boat have been
selected for their ability to furnish starting power
based on engine starting requirements, as well as
their ability to power the DC accessories attached
to the electrical system.
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The following tables describe the recommended
marine batteries to install in your boat. All batteries
in a battery bank should be of the same type, age,
and rating.
Standard:
Application
Volts
CCA
RC
QTY
1 Battery
12
800
180
1
2 Battery (opt)
12
800
180
1
st
nd
The battery trays and battery cabling installed at
the manufacturing facility will indicate the quantity
of the batteries needed in your boat. Installing the
minimum size battery listed above will insure that
the battery bank will be sized appropriately.
COLD CRANKING AMPS (CCA) - a rating used in
the battery industry to classify a battery's ability to
start an engine in cold temperatures. The rating
is the number of amps a fully charged battery
can deliver at 0º Fahrenheit for 30 seconds, while
maintaining a voltage of at least 7.2 volts, for a 12
volt battery.
RESERVE CAPACITY (RC) - is a battery industry
rating, defining a battery's ability to power a vehicle
with out a charging device to replenish the battery.
The rating is the number of minutes a battery at
80º Fahrenheit can be discharged at 25 amps
and maintain a voltage of 10.5 volts for a 12 volt
battery.
BATTERY BANK - one or more batteries connected
together in series or parallel to provide the sufficient
Cold Cranking Amps or Reserve Capacity needed
to meet engine and calculated boat loads.
! CAUTION
To prevent arcing or damage to the alternator,
always disconnect battery cables before doing any
work on the engine’s electrical system.
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A. To remove the battery cables:
1. Turn off all items drawing power from the
battery.
2. If equipped, turn off the "converter" breaker at
the main distribution panel or unplug the onboard charger from the AC.
3. Turn the battery switch to the OFF position
(Battery switch is optional equipment on some
models).
4. Remove the negative cable first, then the
positive cable.
5. With a clean rag, remove grease and dirt from
the top surface of the battery.
6. To replace the cables, first replace the positive
cable, then the negative.
B. Battery Maintenance
•
Check the fluid levels in the cells approximately
every 4 weeks, and weekly in summer and hot
zones.
•
The fluid level must be between the lower and
upper markings.
•
Replenish only with distilled water. Do not use
metal funnel.
•
Coat battery terminal clamps with silicone
grease. Keep battery clean and dry.
Battery life is shortened if it is drained to 20 percent
(11.6v) charge before recharging, or if left in a
discharged state (less than 12.4v) for days. It is
recommended that a battery not be discharged
more than 50 percent (approx. 12.2v). If the battery
does become run down, recharge it as soon as
possible.
Running the engine to recharge the battery may not
be effective. The alternator only creates charging
power at higher engine speeds, so simply idling or
trolling will not generate enough power to recharge
the battery.
If you need to charge a battery, use only a
battery charger designed to charge automotive/
marine batteries. Use charger only when battery
is disconnected from the boat’s electrical circuit.
Follow the charger instructions.
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If the boat is equipped with dockside power and an
AC/DC converter/battery charger, keep it on when
shore power is available. This will keep the batteries
properly charged and allow use of the DC powered
equipment on board without draining the battery.
If the boat is equipped with an on-board battery
charger option, keep it plugged in when the boat
is not in use and it will automatically maintain the
battery. Disconnection of the battery is not necessary
with an on-board, pre-wired battery charger.
C. Long Term Battery Storage &
Maintenance Recommendations
When a boat is not going to be used for a long
period of time (more than 3 weeks) then steps
should be taken to ensure that the batteries are
properly maintained to mitigate low voltage issues
in the future.
A battery "maintainer" smart charger (available
as an option on some models) should be in use
anytime the boat is not operational. Primarily this is
done through shore power, but a dedicated battery
maintainer can be used directly to a battery if
warranted (i.e., boat not equipped with shore power,
shore power unavailable, etc.). Be sure the battery
maintainer is matched to the battery technology in
use (sealed lead acid, absorbed glass mat, etc.)
and is only used on the appropriate number of
batteries.
Adequate ventilation is always a consideration when
batteries are being charged due to the production of
O2 and H2 (oxygen and hydrogen), even with sealed
batteries. Regardless of where the batteries are
located, ensure there is sufficient ventilation where
a battery is being charged.
If the boat is on a trailer, or is being hauled out and
placed in dry storage, (i.e., boat rack or blocks)
one should consider physically disconnecting the
batteries from the boat and placing them on a
maintainer. The batteries could be left in the boat
but electrically disconnected from the boat if the
batteries are easily accessible for maintenance,
the ventilation is sufficient, and temperatures do not
drop below freezing (0°C/32°F). Disconnecting the
battery is not necessary if boat is equipped with an
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on-board battery charger and the aforementioned
conditions apply.
If the boat is being placed onto a boat rack
where accessibility is not possible, or the battery
compartment temperatures are expected to drop
well below freezing (i.e., less than -10°F), the
batteries should be removed from the boat and
placed in suitable dry storage with maintainers
connected and adequate ventilation. While fully
charged batteries can withstand hard freezing
temperatures, the idea is to increase the life of the
batteries by minimizing unnecessary stresses.
In all cases the battery voltage, specific gravity and
the water level should be monitored periodically
during storage.
D. Recommissioning
Sometimes a battery may get left off a maintainer.
It is paramount to give it a full charge before
attempting to embark on a voyage. Most batteries
will take 48-96 hours to fully charge depending on
chemistry, technology, depth of discharge, capacity
of maintainer, and general health of the battery.
When preparing to restore batteries back to
operation within the boat, it is paramount to test
the batteries to ensure they are fully functional.
There are two primary aspects to consider - State
of Charge (SOC) and State of Health (SOH). A
good test device will determine if a "surface charge"
is giving a false indication of a good charge state.
SOH is not as common as SOC but does indicate
remaining useful life of the battery. A test device
measures the internal resistance over a frequency
range to give you a SOH reading. While it would
be prudent to replace a battery if SOH is greater
than 50 percent, do not put a battery into service
that has less than 30 percent SOH. A battery load
tester is a general indicator of a battery's ability to
provide a cranking current, but it is not as accurate
as actual SOC and SOH readings.
190 Sport®
Another item of consideration is the quality of the
connections being made to the batteries. Inspect
for corrosion and poor terminal connections (crimp,
corrosion, strand breakage, etc.) prior to restoring
batteries to full operation. As required, ensure
battery cells have adequate electrolyte fluid levels
(use only distilled water and no metal funnels)
and use a silicone grease on the battery post
terminals.
2. Ignition Protection
All electrical components in the engine compartment
must be ignition-protected to avoid the possibility of
creating sparks in a gasoline environment.
Protective terminal covers, such as rubber boots
on electrical connections, must be in place when
engine is operating or when working in the engine
compartment.
! DANGER
GASOLINE VAPORS CAN EXPLODE
Use ONLY Marine-rated parts to replace such items as
starters, distributors, alternators, generators, etc.
Do not use automotive parts for these components
or any jumper cables because they are not ignitionprotected and could cause a fire or explosion.
Jumper cables are not ignition-protected. DO NOT
USE jumper cables in the engine compartment. The
engine compartment may accumulate dangerous
explosive gasoline fumes/vapors and hydrogen gas
from batteries being charged. A spark produced
when connecting a jumper cable can cause an
explosion.
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3. Battery Switch (optional)
NOTICE
For safety and convenience the following items are
not shut off by the battery switches: Bilge pumps,
Sump pumps, Stereo memory, Impressed current
cathodic protection, Engine control modules,
and Battery charger inputs. These items need
constant power to perform their task. This allows
the bilge pump(s) to operate anytime excess fluid
accumulates in the bilge, which can occur when
the boat is docked and unattended.
The battery switch isolates all battery power to the
boat, with the exception of the equipment listed in
the NOTICE above. The battery switch also provides
a positive disconnection of battery to protect against
starter engagement and battery rundown.
If you are leaving the boat for more than two hours
and the boat is not connected to shore power
which is maintaining the batteries, turn the battery
switch(es) to the OFF position.
! CAUTION
The switch should never be turned off while the
engine is running to avoid damage to the alternator. Switching between batteries should also be avoided
while the engine is running unless the switch has
been specially designed for this purpose
Typical Battery Switch
(Fig. 22.1)
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4. Battery Selector Switch
(optional on some models)
NOTICE
The purpose of the battery selector switch is to keep
one as a spare when the engine is not operating and
the accessory functions, i.e.; stereo, lights, etc., are
being used. If the switch is in the "BOTH" position, then
both batteries are "ON" and being discharged when the
engines are off. This eliminates your spare and could
leave you stranded.
The battery selector switch isolates the boat
from the two batteries (with the exception of the
equipment listed in the NOTICE box) and switches
to allow either battery or both batteries to connect to
the boat's electrical systems. When not running the
engines, but still using the boat, the switch should
be in the ON position for one battery rather than
the ON position for both batteries. This will keep
one battery in the reserve should the other one be
discharged. Select the battery when the engines
are turned off. The battery selector switch should
be in the BOTH position to connect both batteries
together for starting the engine. It should remain
in the BOTH position for as long as the engine is
running to allow both batteries to recharge from
the alternator.
Battery Selector Switch
(Fig. 22.2)
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5. DC Power Distribution
Power is fed from the batteries to the DC Breaker
sand fuses located in the engine compartment.
These devices feed power to the Control Station
Fuse Block and devices located in the bilge.
The Control Station Fuse Block powers circuits at
the helm and throughout the boat.
6. Fuses and Breakers
In the event it becomes necessary to replace a fuse
or an electrical breaker, REPLACE THE FUSE OR
BREAKER ONLY WITH A FUSE OR BREAKER
OF THE SAME RATING. The amperage is marked
on the fuse or breaker. It is recommended that you
carry spare fuses and breakers. Refer to individual
component user manuals for the proper fuse and
breaker sizes.
If a fuse or breaker is replaced with one of lower
amperage, it will not be sufficient to carry the
electrical load of the equipment it is connected to
and will cause nuisance failures.
Conversely, if a fuse or breaker is replaced with one
of higher amperage, it will not provide adequate
protection against an electrical malfunction and
could create a possible fire hazard.
! WARNING
Fig. 23.2 is a thermal breaker.
If it trips, the pin will pop out.
Push the pin back in to reset.
(Fig. 23.2)
Figures 23.3 and 23.4 are
magnetic breakers. If they trip,
the toggle or rocker will switch
to the OFF position. Simply
switch them back to the ON
position to reset.
(Fig. 23.3)
T h e c ove r o n F i g . 2 3 . 4
protects it from accidentally
being turned off. It can be
turned off by inserting a small
screwdriver in the slot on the
rocker switch.
(Fig. 23.4)
Fig. 23.5 is used to protect
high amperage equipment.
It is found in the bilge and
cockpit. It can be reset by
p r e s s i n g t h e l eve r b a ck
into the slot.
(Fig. 23.5)
Fig. 23.6 is a current
limiting ANL type and if
blown must be replaced.
(Fig. 23.6)
Use of higher amperage fuses or breakers is a fire
hazard.
Use fuses and breakers having the same amperage
rating as the original or as specified.
Some of the various types of fuses and breakers
used on your boat are as follows:
Fig. 23.1 is an automotivetype blade ATO/ATC fuse
shown being used in an in-line
fuse holder.
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(Fig. 23.1)
Fuse
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7. Permanently Installed Prewired Battery Charger (optional)
If your boat is equipped with a permanently
installed, on-board, pre-wired battery charger, it
will be mounted to a bulkhead or component board
on the boat, and hard-wired to the battery. The
charger is designed for the marine environment
and is fully automatic. The charger's AC plug will
be either stowed next to it or routed to a bulkhead
feed through inlet depending on the boat model,
The inlet allows the plug to exit the compartment
and keeps the cord from being pinched by a hatch.
If the boat is not equipped with an inlet then the
hatch will need to be kept open or ajar to allow the
cord to exit without being pinched.
! WARNING
Never block air circulation through or around the unit.
Never store any gear on top of the unit.
! WARNING
Never modify the charger's plug in any way. Doing so
can create a shock hazard.
! WARNING
Avoid serious injury or death from fire, explosion, or
electrical shock.
•
The battery charger must be connected to
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt (GFCI) protected
receptacle.
To use the on-board battery charger:
*
1. Plug an extension cord to the battery charger's
AC cord.
When using an extension cord, connect the AC
charger plug before connecting to the GFCI
protected receptacle.
•
Make connection in an open atmosphere free of
explosive fumes.
•
Make connection in a secure manner that will
avoid contact with water.
2. Secure and route the extension cord to keep it
from pulling at the ends and from being a trip
hazard.
3. Connect the other end of the extension cord to a
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupt (GFCI) protected
receptacle.
Further use of this charger in regard to battery
maintenance is discussed in the Battery Maintenance
and the Long Term Battery Storage and Maintenance
Recommendations sections of this manual.
Refer to the owner's manual package for instructions
and warranty information.
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8. Electrical Schematics
This owner's manual contains electrical schematics
and wiring harness illustrations for your boat. These
electrical schematics were generated by electrical
CAD designers at the engineering division for
technical reference and service technicians. Sea
Ray® does not recommend that you attempt to work
on the boat’s electrical system yourself. Instead,
we recommend that you take your boat to your
authorized Sea Ray® dealer for service. Sea Ray®
reserves the right to change or update the electrical
system on any model at any time without notice to
the consumer and is NOT obligated to make any
updates to units built prior to changes.
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190 Sport® Electrical System
DC Wiring Diagram (1 of 2)
DRAWING NO. 2039020 (1 OF 1)
(Fig. 25.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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DC Wiring Diagram (2 of 2)
DRAWING NO. 09-601 (1 OF 2)
(Fig. 26.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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190 Sport® Electrical System
Premier Stereo Wiring Schematic
DRAWING NO. 09-608
(Fig. 27.1)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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Wiring Harness
DRAWING NO. 09-871
(Fig. 28.1)
Premier Stereo Harness
DRAWING NO. 09-874
(Fig. 28.2)
Warning:
DO NOT attempt to
work on the electrical system
of this boat without professional
assistance.
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Index
B
I
Bilge Layout................................................................ 12
Ignition Protection....................................................... 21
C
L
Canvas....................................................................... 17
Capacity Plate.............................................................. 2
Certifications
CE (Common European) mark............................. vi
NMMA (National Marine Manufacturers Assoc.).. vi
Clearances................................................................... 5
Load Capacity............................................................... 2
D
P
Deck Layout.................................................................. 9
Design Category........................................................... 2
Dimensions................................................................... 5
Passenger Locations.................................................... 1
N
Navigation and Anchor Lights..................................... 11
R
E
Electrical Schematics................................................. 24
Electrical System - DC
Fuses.................................................................. 23
Engines....................................................................... 12
Entertainment System................................................ 17
F
Fire Extinguishing System.......................................... 16
Fuel System................................................................ 13
Fuel Recommendations...................................... 13
Fuses.......................................................................... 23
Requirements
International Requirements..................................vii
S
Safety Labels................................................................ 3
Safety Precautions....................................................... v
Safety & Warning Labels.............................................. v
Stability......................................................................... 1
Symbols........................................................................ 4
W
Warranties.................................................................. vi,
H
Helm, Gauges, and Switches Layout............................ 7
Hull
Identification Number (HIN).................................. vi
Through-Hull Cutouts............................................ 6
Sea Ray Boats
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