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Seeking information on Eastern Marine Corp R10C unit
February 1, 2013
11:36 am
stoneartisan
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Hi Everyone,  I am seeking information, schematics, wiring diagrams, parts lists etc etc on the Eastern Marine R10C unit.  I have this unit on my boat, its 28 years old, during the last three summers its been used every day.  It an excellent unit.  Towards the end of this year though the compressor has been overheating.  Im in Greece, and the local air con engineers scratch their heads when they are told it is 110v volts.  The upshot it nobody here can or will attempt any repairs or servicing.

I am sending the unit back to England where hopefully they will replace the 110v compressor with a 240v compressor, i can deal with the 110v fan no problem using a small converter i have on the boat.  I also would like to update the control system if this is possible, but without wiring diagrams it will be difficult.

If anyone has any information regarding this unit that i can send to england with my unit i would be very grateful.  Or if anyone can point me in the right direction to find the information.   I have searched the internet and can find very little relating to Eastern Marine or the R10C. 

 

One last point.  Someone mentioned that this unit is also a heater??  On the control panel there is a green light that says heat, but i have never been able to get any heat out of it.  Have i been told correct, is it a heater too?

 

Kind Regards to all

Cymon