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    Ohno,Pro won't Go.

    Would not start.hmm.... put it away running. Found the reset button on the E-box was broken. Jumped that and it started right up. Anyone have a reset button switch? And relay. Its one piece.I also noticedh when I took apart the kill switch that there's a lil nylon piece that came out.
    That piece is extremly important!!!!!! It makes the ski turn off when u pull the lanyard. MKe surd its in there when assembling and its in the correct orientation too.
    Without it, the ski will not turn off when the lanyard is pulled! I tried it.had to pull the plug wires to stop it.g


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    The circuit breakers are a pretty common failure item. Keith has a source for them somewhere in his links. Otherwise I am pretty sure John Zigler has them.

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    I should have one. Just pay shipping

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    Thanks.I'll send you a PM. Boy, anything can go astray on these skis! Lol

    Its good to know about that nylon clip inside the kill switch. Just for kicks.....if you were going along and that ckip broke while cruising....how would YOU stop the ski? Pull the seat at 60 and yank the plug wires? Lol or do circles till it ran out of gas? Lol

    Think about it for a sec...that's some scary stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    Thanks.I'll send you a PM. Boy, anything can go astray on these skis! Lol

    Its good to know about that nylon clip inside the kill switch. Just for kicks.....if you were going along and that ckip broke while cruising....how would YOU stop the ski? Pull the seat at 60 and yank the plug wires? Lol or do circles till it ran out of gas? Lol

    Think about it for a sec...that's some scary stuff.
    Choke it. Itd die.

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    I have no choke plates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    I have no choke plates.
    Well then. No dieing that way!

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    The Reset Button is actually a circuit breaker, intended to protect the wiring in the event of a severe electrical short circuit. Without the circuit breaker there is risk of electrical fire if there was a short circuit elsewhere.

    Not sure what 'relay' you are referring to, the only relay in a Polaris 2-stroke watercraft is the starter solenoid, unless I am forgetting something...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowsniper View Post
    Thanks.I'll send you a PM. Boy, anything can go astray on these skis! Lol

    Its good to know about that nylon clip inside the kill switch. Just for kicks.....if you were going along and that ckip broke while cruising....how would YOU stop the ski? Pull the seat at 60 and yank the plug wires? Lol or do circles till it ran out of gas? Lol

    Think about it for a sec...that's some scary stuff.
    Why would it be going 60mph? The throttle lever should still work so you can reduce engine power to idle speed.

    The Stop button should still work even if the lanyard did not work, correct? I forget how the Pro 785 Stop switch is mechanically configured vis-a-vis the lanyard switch

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