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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There should be a couple of allen screws on the shaft that you can loosen, which should allow you to swing the motor head in the direction you want it to be pointing for the desired pedal position. Tighten and carry on.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
I have installed a selectable 12/24 volt trolling motor on my boat. When in the 24 volt mode, the motor works well for about 3-4 minutes the loses all power. After about a 15-20 minute "cooling off period" the motor will work again for about 3-4 minutes. In the 12 volt mode, the motor works well all the time, only at about half the speed of the 24 volt mode. Why is my motor losing all power in the 24 volt mode?
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
Yes and ...no.
I'd look for one made for marine use...
although any good quality switch will work...for a time.
Corrosion will catch up with a :cheapie."
Try these guys... http://www.trollingmotorparts.com/default.aspx/MenuItemID/184/MenuGroup/Home.htm
Good Luck and God Bless, Luckymann77
Posted on May 14, 2010
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Reprogramming the Wireless Foot Pedal or RemoteNOTE: This activation procedure applies to the foot pedal and remote.
IMPORTANT: To activate multiple foot pedals or remotes, the motor must be unplugged from the power source and then plugged
back into the power source between activating each control device.
1. Unplug the battery cables from the power source. Wait 30 seconds and then plug the motor into the power source.
2. In less than ten seconds, press and hold the "+" and "-" buttons on either the handheld remote or the foot pedal controller
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